A unique venue in the heart of Warwick

The Old Shire Hall & Judges' House are magnificent heritage listed buildings available as a venue for wedding ceremonies and receptions, fine dining, conferences, meetings, gala dinners, filming and photography.

Warwick Victorian Evening ~ Open Evening

Don’t miss the opportunity to bring your family for a look around on Victorian Evening, Thursday 29th November! Explore our unique listed buildings including our atmospheric 17th century dungeon (booking essential for dungeon visits - limited places. £3 per adult, children free if accompanied by a paying adult). We’ll have Bhangra dancing sessions in our magnificent The Great Hall, face painting, plus mulled cider and mince pies.

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Christmas Wine Tasting & Dinner

Friday 23rd November, 6pm - Tickets for Wine Poole's Christmas Wine Tasting are now SOLD OUT, but if you already have tickets, we still have tables available for our delicious 2 or 3 course aprés dinner in Judges' House for just £24.95 pp for two courses and £29.95 pp for three courses.

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Book now for A Wizard Christmas!

Experience a Christmas party like no other in the heart of Warwick. Dinner and entertainment from only £48 per person. Shared nights on 7th, 8th and 15th December. Exclusive nights also available.

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Virtual Tour

Take a virtual tour of The Old Shire Hall, including our Grade I listed The Great Hall, Grade II listed Judges' House, original courtrooms, cells & 17th Century dungeon

Weddings

The Old Shire Hall & Judges' House are the perfect venue for your dream wedding, with a choice of ceremony and reception rooms to cater for all sizes, including our magnificent Great Hall.

Conferences & Corporate

The ideal venue for conferences and team building by day, and exceptional award ceremonies and gala dinners by night.

Events & Experiences

Our historic octagonal courtrooms and 17th century dungeon provide a unique location venue for your event or production.

History

The Old Shire Hall’s history dates back to the 15th century, when it was home to Warwick Assizes. The Crown courtrooms were in use until 2010.

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