About the museum

The Museum re-opened on 9 August 2014 following a major refurbishment. The Museum covers the history of the Warwickshire Yeomanry from 1794 to 1956 with a collection of uniforms, weapons, medals and memorabilia. The Warwickshire Yeomanry together with the Queen’s Own Worcestershire Hussars (Worcestershire Yeomanry) took part in the Affair of Huj on 8th November 1917 – the last classic unsupported Cavalry Charge of the Great War in Palestine immortalised by Lady Butler’s painting which is on display in the Museum. One of the 75mm Krupps Guns captured that day is also displayed in the Museum.

The archives are kept in the same building and are available on request or by appointment.

Facilities

Coach Parking
Car Parking
Restaurant/Cafe
Toilets
Lecture Room
Shop
Disabled Access
Education service

Opening Times

Good Friday to 31 October

Open Saturdays, Sundays & bank holidays : 10am - 4pm.

Other times by appointment, including archive.

Admission

Free.

Schools and groups by appointment.

Address

The Court House, Jury Street, Warwick, CV34 4EW

Tel 01926 492212

Web
www.warwickshire-yeomanry-museum.co.uk/

Visiting Advice

Near town centre, at the junction of Church Street and Jury Street. See website for details. Parking charges apply.

Car parking is available adjacent to the museum, charges apply.