Tue-Fri 10am - 5pm / Saturday 10am - 5pm


Access and Toilets

The museum is situated on the first floor of the building and includes a stairlift from the ground floor to the museum entrance. Access to the stairlift can be arranged via a member of staff either by booking prior to your visit or by phoning 01926 258288 once you are in the lobby of Pageant House.

The museum galleries are on a carpeted, single level floor and wheel-chair users can access all the exhibition displays. There are toilets available on the ground floor including one for Disabled access where there is also a baby changing facility.

The museum reception desk has a hearing loop and there is British Sign Language interpretation for the main audio presentations including the welcome screen in the entrance lobby.

If you require any assistance to facilitate your visit, please phone 01926 258288 or email general.manager@fusiliermuseumwarwick.com

Group Visits

Special tours can be arranged by appointment for groups both within and outside normal opening hours.

Group tours include a guided tour of the museum by an expert curator. For out-of-hours sessions, this may also include viewing of special objects not currently on display.

The cost for tours within opening hours are including in the entry ticket although groups will be asked to make an additional donation. Out-of-hours tours can be customised to meet the needs of individual groups. Please discuss your requirements with the General Manager, general.manager@fusiliermuseumwarwick.com.


There is no provision for food and drink on site but there are numerous cafes, restaurants, and takeaway facilities near-by. In dry weather, Pageant Gardens, immediately behind the museum, provides a pleasant picnic spot.


The museum shop at the reception desk contains a range of attractive goods for adults and children. Items include books, miniature replicas of key British Army medals, a range of merchandise with the Royal Warwickshire Regimental badge emblem and Bobby the Antelope toys, badges and books. There are a series of items for pocket money prices from rulers, to key rings, pens and WW1 whistles.

The exit from the museum is via the reception and shop in the first room.