top of page

Market Hall Museum (Heritage & Culture Warwickshire)

Market Hall Museum is located in the Market Hall, a 17th-century landmark in the heart of Warwick. The museum tells the story of Warwickshire, and how the shifting natural, built and human landscapes have shaped the county to the present day. FREE entry.


Market Hall Museum Details

Address: Market Place, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 4SA

Telephone: +44 (0)1926 412501

Connect on Social

About Market Hall Museum

The museum has a range of exhibits over two floors and includes

  • The Museum Bear

  • Oisin, our tweeting Giant Irish Deer skeleton

  • Observation beehive, cared for by local beekeepers

  • The Sheldon Tapestry Map of Warwickshire

  • The historic Wilmcote Plesiosaur skeleton

  • Two Warwickshire Roman silver coin hoards

  • Cross Hands Quarry Dinosaur

  • Historic costume display

  • Fire of Warwick interactive

  • A real Warwickshire dinosaur from Cross Hands Quarry

The museum is family friendly and offers a range of activities for children and adults.

Market Hall Cafe , serves locally sourced goods and Market Hall Shop sells gifts and souvenirs to suit all ages and budgets. Also stocks local artists and makers items and you can even buy local honey supplied by our Beekeeper, Mike Townsend.


Commenting has been turned off.
bottom of page