History

A Grade I gem in the very heart of Warwick

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Christenings, engagement parties, family lunches or a birthday soiree with friends - whatever your reason is to celebrate The Court House is a wonderful setting. The building is fully accessible with two spaces which you can create the perfect celebration.  

 

We work with local caterers and bar partners that can provide menus to suit all tastes and budgets. It is a wonderful setting at the heart of Warwick to create memories where history has been made.

History of

The Court House

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Designed and built in 1725 by Francis Smith, The Court House is nestled in the heart of Warwick just steps away from Warwick Castle and the iconic St. Mary's Church.

 

The Court House replaced a medieval tavern which was one of the few buildings which survived the Great Fire of Warwick in 1694.

 

The Court House is filled with history, heritage and iconic features such as the Statue of Justice created by Thomas Stayner which has the Royal and Town crests carved into stone.

The Court House

Warwick Today

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A recent restoration included the introduction of a new floor in the Regency Ballroom and a commercial kitchen The Court House is once again a hive of activity.

 

Within the building, Warwick Visitor Centre is located on the ground floor with the Yeomanry Museum within the basement.

Art exhibitions, concerts, wine tastings, social dancing and meetings are just a small selection of the events that take place within the venue.

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