The dates for Unlocking Warwick’s free Court house Tours have been announced for the 2019 season.
These 45 minute-tours round the inside and outside of the Grade-1 listed Court House/Town Hall in Jury Street tell the history of the administrative buildings on this site and the construction of the stone building by Francis Smith in 1725 following the Great Fire of Warwick.
Guides also give a brief introduction to the rich history of the county town since its founding in Saxon times by Alfred the Great’s daughter, Aethelfreda. The tours will be on selected Saturdays at 11am. Here are the dates.
- April 6th and 20th (Easter Saturday)
- May 4th and 25th (both Bank Holiday weekends)
- June 1st and 15th
- July 6th and 20th
- August 3rd and 24th (Bank Holiday weekend)
- September 7th.
- September 21st. (Heritage Open Days Weekend when there will be an extra tour at 2pm).
There’s no need to book. First come – first on the tours. Meet at the Visitor Information Centre.