About us

Unlocking Warwick is a volunteer group based at the newly restored Court House in Jury Street, helping to bring the building back to life as a hub of community activity. Would you like to Get Involved?

The Restored Court House

The Grade 1 listed Court House, built at the central cross roads after the Great Fire of Warwick, contains the Town Council chamber, the Yeomanry Museum, a splendid ballroom and welcomes visitors from around the world.

Exploring Local History

Crime and punishment; scandals; poverty, public health – help us to unlock some of the county town’s past community life by researching the archives for ‘Warwick Stories’ and bringing former court cases to life in dramatic reconstructions.

Visit the Court House

In the summer months Unlocking Warwick members conduct 45-minute free tours of the Court House and its surrounds, to explain the story of the building.