Market Hall Museum
Located in the heart of historic Warwick, Market Hall Museum’s magnificent architecture and collections create the perfect backdrop for any event.
This fantastic venue offers an exciting, unique, alternative in which to hold your event. Whether you are organising a conference, networking event, or private party, this venue provides an unforgettable experience. Where else can you host an event alongside an iconic Giant Irish Deer (Oisin), full-size replica of the Wilmcote Plesiosaur skeleton and the Warwickshire Bear?
Market Hall Museum is a 17th Century building. The highly atmospheric and recently refurbished galleries within the Market Hall reflect the life and times of our county, from hundreds of millions of years ago up to the present day. The new museum, integrates brand new, accessible technology with a themed approach; focusing on Made Here, Getting Here and Living Here.
We can offer a range of packages to suit your requirements, including:
- Business networking and launch events;
- Venue for business meetings;
- Social events e.g. drinks parties.
Market Hall Museum can be booked for both small meetings and larger events, as our Gallery spaces can be hired either individually or as a whole package. Our team will work with you to build a bespoke package including catering and drinks and audio visual support. Download brochure
St John’s House
St John’s House is a Jacobean mansion located in Warwick and has a history spanning almost 900 years. With a Victorian schoolroom, kitchen, garden and the new Stoughton Gallery, hire is available for events, corporate hire and is a perfect film location. The building is also available for paranormal hire.
Wattlewood Room – Meeting Space
The Wattlewood Room is available for community and business use based in the beautiful grounds of St John’s House,Warwick. The room is a purpose-built meeting room that is ideal for lectures, seminars, away days, and meetings. It accommodates up to 30 people with lecture room layout, or 25 people seated at tables. Download details