Bagot's Castle is open every weekend during April and October and Bank Holidays 12:00 to 17:00 hours, and by special appointment at other times via their website. The site has a picnic area. You can also see the remains of a gazebo built for Baginton Hall, the former tank testing area and walk across the fields alongside fish ponds and woodland area.
See the Bagot’s Castle website www.bagotscastle.org.uk for more information or to arrange a visit.
To help to raise funds for the consolidation works on the castle, copies of the book "Baginton after the Bromleys" are currently on sale for £12 and can be purchased from the Custodian of Bagot's Castle, David Hewer, or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
The site is located at the end of Church Road, Baginton. CV8 3AR
The Bridge View Light Railway is an exciting, new, volunteer run, community project to build and operate a heritage themed miniature railway along the beautiful riverbank of the Sowe.
You could also come and join our volunteers. Please feel free to contact us, or visit on an open day and say ‘hi!’ to our friendly group.
The railway is located in the grounds of Russells Garden Centre, Baginton. CV8 3AG.
The Lunt Roman Fort makes an excellent and educational visit for families. You can explore the fort, stand on the ramparts (The sections next to the gateway), discover the exhibition in the Granary and imagine yourself training horses in the gyrus. We hold events for families during the school holidays and occasionally Roman Army and Roman life re-enactments – see our website, www.luntromanfort.org for details. School and group visits can be made between February and early December each year, Wednesday to Friday. We are not open to the public during the weekends. All events are included within the entrance fee, unless otherwise stated.
St John the Baptist Church
Full details about the Church can be found in the Church section