The Warwickshire Yeomanry Museum opened for the 2017 Season on Good Friday 14 April.
The Trustees of the Museum would like to extend their gratitude to The Mayor of Warwick Cllr Christine Cross for Opening the Museum for the 2017 Season.
If you have not visited the Museum since it's refurbishment in 2014 then please consider doing so.
We are sad to inform all that
Mr Bryan Johnson BEM
Our Principal Curator passed away
on 13th March 2017
We are happy to respond to
Research Inquiries relating to those
who served with the Warwickshire Yeomanry
Enquiries should be addressed to our Archivist
Museum Archive Form
Out of hours booking for groups should be made through
Museum Contact Form.
The Warwickshire Yeomanry Museum,
Jury Street, Warwick, CV34 4EW
We are a Regimental Museum completely supported by Volunteers and our aim is to safeguard the heritage and collective memory of those who have served with the Warwickshire Yeomanry so that both present and future generations may learn the importance of the past through its history.
The Last Parade
We are very proud of our living history project in conjunction with "Torn Corner Limited" that has produced 4 DVD.
1, Story of WW1 in Photographs from the Album of The Commanding Officer,
2, The Change from Horses to Tanks,
3, El Alamein,
4 The Italian Campaign,
The last 3 includes statements of action described by the soldiers who were there.
See a clip from the One of the DVD
"The Last Parade" The DVD can be purchased at the museum
The Warwickshire Yeomanry Museum
has the support of the
The Museum Achieved Full Accreditation Status
on 19 February 2015