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We got married here last year. Beautiful venue for a wonderful occasion. I'd often seen newly married couples having their photos taken in the garden at the back and now it was our turn!
The gardens are small but very pleasant, with several huge trees,...More
Situated in a prominent position on Jury Street, the Old Courthouse is a fine Georgian building built after the Great Fire of Warwick in 1694 destroyed the previous building, along with much of the town.
Importantly, today it houses the tourist information office with helpful...More
This is a beautiful building that previously housed the Courthouse. It is now home of the Tourist Information Centre (where all 5 staff ignored when I walked in and carried on talking amongst themselves) and the ton council. I learnt a lot by reading the...More
The Old Warwick Courthouse that now functions as the Warwick Town Council and The Visitors Centre, on it's own it is an interesting hour of local history.
The staff here are brilliant. Always ready to help you find things to do in the area.
In a prominent place in the centre of the main road, this historic building now houses the tourist information office. There are pleasant gardens out the back, and information on the history if the building.
Went in to try and find out about Warwick Castle as we have guests coming over the Summer. For those who don't know, this is where the Tourist Info Office is. Also for those who don't know, parking can be tricky in Warwick.
The court room was a wonderful place to hold a regency Christmas ball, beautiful. The Christmas ball started in the evening so I didn't manage to look around Warwick, I hope to return to venture into town , as it looked an interesting place .
Recently refurbished (2015) this centre has a business and museum section.
The Tourist Centre section has all you should need to enjoy the town of Warwick and the surrounding sights, along with local and Warwickshire bus routes and timetables.
The Museum section tells the story...More
After walking around the lovely town of Warwick - I came across the Old Court House, it houses a very interesting Yeomanry Museum in the basement and the Gardens are very tranquil and peaceful.
It always houses the Tourist Information service so you can find...More
We just popped in here on our way to Warwick Castle to obtain some information about the area as it houses the Tourist Information Centre. It was 10.00 am so they were a bit rushed and we were not aware of what the building housed...More