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The Warwickshire Yeomanry Museum is a place that exhibits the rich history of the town's regiment in the time period between 1794 to 1954. The museum displays various weapons and a vast collection of different Yeomanry uniforms. An exhibit that stands out is a famous painting of the regiment by Lady Butler. Visit their website for more details.
A quarter of a mile from the center of Warwick lies an early Jacobean house devoted to the social history of Warwickshire. St John's House Museum is filled with displays that take you back in time, including a costume gallery and a 19th-century kitchen, parlor and schoolroom. Watch out for the Victorian children waiting for their lessons! St. John's House is also home to the Museum of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment, featuring its military uniforms and medals. There are delightful gardens here with enclosed, grassy picnic areas.
Taking you back on a journey of almost 300 years, the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Museum tells the story of the 'Warwickshire Lads', soldiers and other tales of the regime. Get to know stories about the famous woman soldier Hannah Snell, Field Marshals Montgomery and Slim, even memorabilia from the World War. Housed in a 17th century structure, the museum has much to offer history enthusiasts and will even interest a family on a visit. Also, try on regiment uniforms for a picture moment and meet the mascot, a little antelope.
Located at the heart of the county town of Warwick, the St Nicholas' Park is a popular day trip destination for locals and visitors as it has something to offer for everyone. The park has a number of recreational facilities that can fill up your day and assure that every member in a family has the best time. The park consists of sports facilities that include two football grounds, tennis courts, a swimming pool and a boating facility. It also has a cafe that is open through out and a even a kiddie amusement park. So visit this park to have a happy and fun day out with family.
Discover the village settlement during the earlier centuries at the Middle Littleton Tythe Barn. The barn is believed to have been built either in the 13th or the 14th Century. The barn is now operated by the National Trust and has been listed on the Grade I on 30th July 1959. The barn has been constructed in Blue lias stone and Cotswold stone, also due to its large size is said to have been of significant value.
Ernest Wilson Memorial Garden is a small Chinese and Japanese botanical garden located on the north eastern flank of Chipping Campden. There are 1,200 plants located inside the garden which were introduced by Ernest Wilson. The garden is open throughout the year and admission is free.