Coronavirus / COVID-19 Statement

Tuesday 9th June:


Warwick’s Visitor Information Centre in the Jury Street Court House remains closed with staff working from home and answering enquiries on the phone.

But they are using the lockdown time to get the centre ready for the day visitors and residents will be able to come into the building again when social distancing measures will be required.

The desks have been fitted with perspex screens, there will be distancing marks on the floor and hand-gel, gloves and wipes in regular use. The plan is for a circular system with visitors directed to enter by the Castle Street door and exit on to Jury Street. Staff will ensure that the people inside at any one time will be limited to a safe number.

At present all Town Council premises are closed and will reopen only when it is deemed safe to do so.

[words and pictures courtesy of Unlocking Warwick]

Contact details –

01926 492212

Liz. Vicky, Chris and Trudy

The Warwick Visitor Information Team


Museum Temporary Closure: Coronavirus COVID-19

Published: 17th March 2020

The Museum Trust have taken the difficult decision to postpone the opening of the Museum scheduled for 10 April 2020 and to temporarily close the Museum due to the risk to our volunteers and visitors. As of today the Trust has decided to close the Museum to the public until further notice. This decision has not been taken lightly, but we feel we must do what we can to minimise the risk to our volunteers and visitors. Many of whom are in the vulnerable groups as advised by the Government. We regret we are unable to accede to requests for Group Visits and Private Viewings until further notice.

We will continue to respond to research enquiries