There will be a free Court House Tour on Saturday 30th April from 11am to 11.45am, when guests will be taken on a gentle stroll around the Grade-1 listed building in Jury Street, while guides relate some of the rich history of Warwick.
The town has been administered from this site at the central crossroads for 450 years. The present building was constructed after the Great Fire of Warwick that destroyed most of the town in 1694.
There are no longer any courts in the building. It is the Town Hall, housing the Visitor Information Centre, the Warwickshire Yeomanry Museum, the Chambers Cafe and the Regency ballroom on the first floor, used for civic meetings and community events. The ballroom is available for hire for private functions and dinners.
If you want to come on the tour, it is essential to reserve your place by popping into the Visitor Centre, or by phoning them on 01926 492212. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org