Heritage and Culture Warwickshire

We provide a range of services that help local communities, schools and visitors connect and engage with their local heritage.

Visit us

Visit one of our locations, including the Market Hall Museum and County Record Office.

What's on

Take part in our school holiday and family activities.

  • Volunteer with us

    Find out about our volunteering and work experience opportunities and how to apply.

  • Support us

    We use donations to improve our buildings, such as the platform lift at Market Hall Museum. All visitors can now access the first floor because of your generosity..

  • Hire a venue

    Our venues, located in the heart of Warwick, offer unique, alternative, cultural spaces in which to host your event.

  • Our Warwickshire

    Are you interested in the history, heritage, and natural environment of Warwickshire? Our Warwickshire contains thousands of photos, stories, memories, and maps. They have been uploaded by local people, museums and archives.

  • Education

    We offer a range of workshops at our sites in the centre of Warwick, Kingsbury Education Centre or in your classroom.

  • Contact us

    Contact one of our venues or services.

Latest news

October Half Term

Take part in a Halloween Trail around the museum and pick up a #museumfromhome activity pack.

Document of the Month

Discover a fascinating document from the archives.

Heritage Cooking Challenge

Need a treat for the weekend?  Why not have a go at a recipe from the past?

Bring the past to life for your pupils this autumn … in complete safety.

Heritage Education are known for our skill in bringing the past to life through immersive and creative workshops that inspire students.  Our workshops are cross curricular and cover a range of curriculum topics to support your teaching.  

Join a global network of volunteers and help Warwickshire uncover real-life crime stories

Do you have ancestors in the Warwickshire area? Are you passionate about local history? If you are handy with a computer and have a few hours to spare, why not join The Warwickshire Online Volunteer Network (WOVeN) and uncover some real-life crime stories?