Warwick Castle is a medieval castle in the town of Warwick, north of The Cotswolds, situated on the bank of the RiverAvon. Built by William the Conqueror in 1068, it is widely regarded as one of the finest medieval castles in Europe.
Opened as a tourist attraction as late as 1978, Warwick Castle is considered as one of the top ten historic monuments in the United Kingdom. As well as tours around the castle and gardens, there are also live spectacles that portray past tales of the castle and daily shootings of the Trebuchet catapult, the largest in the world.
The castle is also believed to be haunted, and ghosts have been spotted in and around the castle grounds. Fulke Greville, a previous occupant during the 17th century, is said to haunt the Watergate Tower.
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