CLOSED FOR RENOVATION CALL 01926 492212 FOR UPDATE. St Mary’s is a beautiful church that dominates Warwick’s skyline. Marvel at the magnificent 15th century Beauchamp Chapel and climb the 134 foot tower for stunning views of the town, the castle and beyond.
This delightful network of individual Victorian gardens, separated by high hedges. Summerhouses, gnarled old fruit trees, and heritage flowers and vegetables welcome the visitor to this tranquil spot.
CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL 2023Beautiful 14th and 15th century timber-framed buildings clustered around the Norman gateway into Warwick.
Market Hall Museum is located in the Market Hall, a 17th-century landmark in the heart of Warwick. Here you’ll find displays on the geology, natural history and early history of the county.
Colourful canal urban fringe park, run by local charity on the Saltisford Arm of the Grand Union Canal. A tranquil green oasis with a contemplation area and sensory garden.
Visit the Fusilier Museum Warwick and discover a hidden gem!
At the end of Mill Street famous for it’s 15th and 16th century buildings is where you will find the Mill Garden renowned for the quality of its planting and breathtaking position on the banks of the River Avon, lying beneath the walls of Warwick Castle.
This Museum tells the story of the Queen’s Royal Hussars through thematic galleries which start with the Hussars of the present and moves back through time to the Hussars of the past.
Dazzling shows and attractions, heaps of gruesome history and awesome birds of prey, all set within 64 acres of beautiful grounds and gardens make Warwick Castle a fun, action-packed day out for everyone.
The Museum covers the history of the Warwickshire Yeomanry from 1794 to 1956 with a collection of uniforms, weapons, medals and memorabilia. The Museum is managed entirely by volunteers through a Charitable Trust.
Racing has been part of Warwick life since 1707 and the course still hosts a full programme of jump racing throughout the year.