St John’s Museum

St John’s Museum

Housed in a Jacobean mansion, St John’s Museum showcases the social history collections. Galleries include a Victorian Kitchen and Schoolroom (used by local school children during term time for activities and learning sessions), displays on childhood, toys and games, costume and an under 5s discovery room. St John’s also has lovely formal gardens where you can sit and enjoy a picnic. FREE entry.

Please note: St John’s House Museum is now closed to the public. Please contact the number below if you wish to arrange a school visit.

Enquiries

tel: 01926 412132/2021
email: museum@warwickshire.gov.uk

Group Bookings

01926 412069

Facilities

St John’s House Museum has its own free car park, although spaces are limited. Alternative parking can be found at St Nicholas Park. T

Accessibility

Wheelchair access to ground floor. Unfortunately we do not have a lift to the Regimental Museum on the first floor, but visitors can get a taste of those galleries through our Virtual Tour facility. BSL signing is available by arrangement for events.

How to Get Here

On Foot:
St John’s House is located at the bottom end of Warwick, approximately 0.5 miles from the Market Square and Central Bus Station, and 4 minutes walk from Warwick Railway Station.

By Rail:
A direct service from London Marylebone or Birmingham Snow Hill is available from both stations.

Warwick Train Station is 0.2 miles walk from St John’s House. Head down Station Road, at the T junction, turn right on Coventry Road. St John’s House is directly ahead of you, beyond the traffic lights.

By Road:
Warwick is near the M40 and A46 trunk road. Postcode – CV34 4NF.

Parking

St John’s House Museum has its own free car park, although spaces are limited. Alternative parking can be found at St Nicholas Park. There are also a number of pay and display car parks around Warwick, as well as metered parking on many of the streets nearby.

Address

CV34 4NF
Tel: +44 (0)1926 412132 or 412021
E-mail: museum@warwickshire.gov.uk
Website: www.warwickshire.gov.uk/museum