Day 10 June 27, 2002
By Dan, Mary Jane and Scotty Hyde
June 27, 2002 Warwick Castle - State Rooms
Scott takes a great shot of the stain glass in the private Warwick Chapel.
Dinner is set in the State Dining Hall
Small Furniture for children?
Actually, they are samples used by 18th century travelling salesmen.
MJ really liked the Pink Bedroom. Daisy's Bedroom
Fancy Picture Frame for Portrait of Frederick, Prince of Wales
Poor Frederick never became King! He was hit by a ball during a
tennis match and died several months later.
The State Rooms have hundreds of paintings.
The Cedar Drawing Room (1670s)
In a different part of the Castle from the State Rooms was an
exhibition called "A Royal Weekend Party, 1898" which has life size
wax figures of famous people of 1898.
Wax Figure in one of rooms of A Royal Weekend Party
Wax Figures in the Library - part of A Royal Weekend Party.
Winston Churchill (age 23 in 1898) is standing in distance.
Wax Figure Butler in The Kenilworth Bedroom - part of A Royal
The room set up specially for Edward, the Prince of Wales, later King
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