Visiting Henley‑in‑Arden
Museum & Heritage Centre.

Henley-in-Arden Museum and Heritage Centre

Visiting the Museum & Heritage Centre

Entry is Free!

Henley-in-Arden Heritage Centre does not charge for entry but donations towards the running costs of this valuable local institution are always greatly appreciated. The Centre is entirely run by volunteer staff and is incorporated under a registered educational charitable trust.

Henley-in-Arden Heritage Centre hosts guided group visits from schools, colleges and other educational establishments. These visits are of particular relevance to national curriculum topics and visits can be tailored to focus on topics required.

The Heritage Centre hosts guided visits from historic and civic societies and many other types of adult and student group.

Visits can be extended to include all or any of the town's High Street, its 12th and 15th century churches and the Guildhall, the site of Beaudesert Castle and other features.

Henley-in-Arden Museum and Heritage Centre

Finding the Museum & Heritage Centre

Henley-in-Arden is 15 miles south of Birmingham and 8 miles north of Stratford-upon-Avon, on the main A3400 road.

The High Street forms part of this road and the Centre stands on the west side of the road just south of St John's church.

Henley is served by West Midlands Railway with trains running hourly between Birmingham and Stratford upon Avon. Henley-in-Arden station is a short walk away from the High Street and the Heritage Centre.

Buses from Solihull to Stratford pass through the town.

There is a pay and display car park at the Croft - on the West side of the High Street just South of the church. Other pay and display car parks are at the very North end of the High Street and at the Railway Station. There is a Free car park near the Medical Centre off Prince Harry Road which can be accessed from the Warwick Road.

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