St Mary’s Church, Warwick

Overview

A wonderful place full of history and serenity.

Set in the heart of the historic town centre, the Collegiate Church of St Mary – with its 174ft tall tower – is a must-see attraction for visitors to Warwick. It is a major local landmark that receives thousands of visitors from around the globe, who come to admire its architectural grandeur. Founded in 1123, it is famous for its incomparable medieval Beauchamp Chapel with superb stained glass, medieval and Tudor tombs, including that of Sir Robert Dudley, a favourite courtier of Queen Elizabeth 1.

 

Visitor Info

Directions

For directions to the Church visit the website

Admission prices

Admission to the Church is FREE

To visit the Church Tower admission is as follows

Adults £2.50

Concessions £1

Family £5

Opening hours

Winter Opening Hours – 10.00am – 4.30pm (October – end of March) Last admissions 20 minutes before closing.

Summer Opening Hours – 10.00am – 6.00pm (April – end of September) Last admissions ¾ hour before closing

Sunday Opening 12.30pm – Closing as above

Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day

Guided tours

Guided tours can be arranged with specialist guides – cost £3.00 per person, concessions £2.00. The tour takes approximately 1 hour.

Accessibility

Conferences & meetings

Weddings

A stunning Church for your wedding day.

Weddings are a feature of St Mary’s daily life!

If you would like further information please see http://www.stmaryswarwick.org.uk/index.php?/stmarys/ceremonies

Facilities

Food & Drink

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