Collegiate Church of St Mary
St Mary’s is open for visitors every day, from 10.00am to 6.00pm (April to end of September) Sundays 12.30pm - 4.30pm Last admissions will be 3/4 hr before closing and from 10.00am to 4.30pm (October to end of March). Sundays 12.30pm - 4.30pm. Last Admissions will be 30 minutes before closing.On arrival you will be greeted by one of our Receptionists who will be happy to help you, and a Guide is usually available to tell you about the wonderful history of St Mary's.
We make no charge for visiting our Church (except for Tower visits), but we do welcome a donation and suggest at least £2 per adult to help us maintain our beautiful, but very costly to maintain, building.
Click here for directions to the Church and Parish Office.
- The Church shop nestles in the 18th Century Nave, within the wonderful atmosphere of the church you can visit the shop to seek out unusual gifts including specialist religiious items, browse through a selection of postcards, greetings cards, maps and books, jewellery, rosaries, a variety of wall carvings and much more. Our dedicated shop team are waiting to help you make your purchase and our themed displays ensure new products are available for special times of the year such as Easter & Christmas. Also available Christening, Communion and Confirmation gifts and cards.
Specialist books about St Mary's include: "The Beauchamp Chapel" Text by the Revd Cannon David, "The Stained Glass Windows in the Collegiate Church of St Mary, Warwick" by Elsie Kibble and many other guide books of the St Mary's and Warwick.
The music of St Mary's Choirs is also available on CD and is often played in the shop along with a large selection of Church Music from all over the world.
Shop opening times - Monday - Saturday 10.00am - 4.30pm, Sunday 12.30pm - 4.00pm.
- Brass rubbing
- Wheelchair access to the main Nave, Shop and Regimental Chapel only
- Audio loop system during services
- Less than 5 minutes walk from Warwick Castle
Photography and filming, for private and personal use only, and with a hand held camera, is permitted. If you wish to take photographs or film using a tripod, a ladder, or any other additional equipment, permission must first be obtained from the Parish Office on 01926 403940. If photographs or film are for anything other than personal and private use, permission must again be obtained from the Parish Office, and a charge will usually be levied. The taking of photographs or film from the tower must also be cleared with the Parish Office.
We very much welcome visiting groups into our Church. Please book in advance by ringing the Parish Office on 01926 403940 or email email@example.com. A guided tour can be arranged to show you round if you request this in advance.
St Mary’s Tower is open to visitors throughout the year, weather permitting, and offers spectacular views from the top. The charge for the tower is £3 per adult, students over 16 £2.50, students under 16 £1.50 and family ticket £6 (2 adults and up to 4 children).We regret the Tower is not suitable for children under eight years old.
Click here to see a plan of St Mary’s Church.
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