Market Hall Museum is located in the Market Hall, a 17th century landmark in the heart of Warwick, the county town of Warwickshire. Recently refurbished with the help of a generous grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, the museum tells the story of Warwickshire, and how the shifting natural, built and human landscapes have shaped the county to the present day.
Sunday – Monday : Closed
Tuesday – Saturday : 10am – 5pm
Please note the Tapestry Gallery will be closed every first Friday of the month until 12.30pm.
General admission to the Museum is free, donations welcome.
A programme of events and activities runs year-round at the Museum Some events require a small entry fee.
More information about upcoming events.
Facilities and Access
- shop and cafe;
- baby changing facilities.
The museum has level access on the ground floor and a platform lift to the first floor galleries. Please note that some areas of the first floor are uneven due to the historic nature of the floorboards.
The museum has a building emergency evacuation plan and procedure for assisted escape for visitors with any type of disability/impairment, if required.If you require evacuation assistance, on your visit to the museum please speak to a member of our front of house/reception staff so that we can explain our plan to you or you can contact us beforehand to discuss this.