Warwickshire Heritage Education (Museums)
The education team for the Warwickshire Museum and the County Record Office, Heritage Education provides information, advice, talks, activities and workshops for children and adults using the museum and archive collections.
The Market Hall Museum houses displays of local archaeology, natural history and geology. A huge brown bear will be the first to greet you in the Museum entrance, and there are wilder beasts to follow. Track the early history of Warwickshire and find the places you know on the Sheldon tapestry map. Also look out for ancient jewellery, fantastic fossils, bees and bugs. The ground floor exhibition gallery offers an exciting programme of changing exhibitions.
St John's House Museum. A kitchen full of drawers to open and cupboards to explore, a Discovery room for the under 5's and a Victorian school room. Really experience how people lived in the past. The displays include a costume gallery and the Museum of the Royal Warwichshire Regiment is located on the first floor. The displays are housed in a historic 17th century house with gardens, nearby car park and a grassy picnic area.
Free Special events and holiday activities may carry a small charge and need to be pre booked.
2 Main venues:
St Johns Museum St Johns, Warwick CV34 4NF
Market Hall Museum Market Place, Warwick CV34 4SA
St John's Museum : 10.00am - 5.00pm Tuesday - Saturday, and bank holiday Mondays; also 2.30pm - 5.00-pm Sunday April-September.
Market Hall Museum : 10.00am - 5.00pm Tuesday - Saturday and bank holiday Monday; also 11.30am - 5.00pm Sunday
Halloween is the perfect time of year to get creative in the kitchen and making food scarily fun! Whether you want to jazz up a slice of cheese on toast or go full out for a party with spooky drinks and disgusting nibbles we have some great Halloween recipes for you right here. The kids will love getting involved - or have a surprise goulish meal!!
Now that we are in autumn everyone is looking for things to do with the kids to celebrate this lovely colourful season. Here we have some great ideas, and they don't all involve being cooped up indoors! Get out and enjoy the cooler, fresh air and the crunchy leaves under foot - you can always return home afterwards for a hot chocolate and a snuggle