St John's House
St John's House, a Jacobean mansion located in Warwick, has a history spanning almost 900 years. The land on which it stands was originally used as a hospital in the 12th century.
The current house has been used as a private residence, a school, a museum and administrative offices of the War Department.
The building is closed to the general public and is used for venue hire and by school children for activities and learning sessions. Rooms include a Victorian kitchen and school room, four large classrooms and two activity rooms. Details of the school sessions can be found at Warwickshire Heritage Learning
Information about upcoming events.
For ceremony enquiries at St John's House please visit the Ceremonies in Warwickshire website.
Facilities and access
No first floor access.
Other access features to the St Johns House include:
- Accessible parking (marked bays)
- Accessible public toilet
Car park for staff and visiting guests, spaces are limited. More parking can be found at St Nicholas Park.
St Johns House