Welcome to Smith Street, Warwick…
…located at the very heart of the town between the world famous Warwick Castle and St. Johns Museum, historic Smith Street is the oldest shopping street in Warwick.
Head down Jury Street and through the impressive Eastgate to discover the street’s rich mix of quality independent shops and fine restaurants.
Shopping in Smith Street, Warwick is a relaxing, clean and safe experience where customers are guaranteed a warm and friendly welcome.
It’s a place where knowledgeable and passionate staff are keen to ensure that every customer gets what they want.
There are shops to suit all tastes, ages and budgets!
Smith Street History…
Eastgate forms an imposing sight at the entrance to the top of the street and was reconstructed in the 15th century when the chapel of St. Peter was above it.
Much of the chapel was rebuilt around 1788 in a gothic style. Clustered around Eastgate are three interesting features – a drinking fountain given to the town in 1859 by a Wilmcote quarry owner; a red telephone box of circa 1935 now listed; and a Greek Doric pillar box dating from Victoria’s reign. If you are interested in seeing old photographs of Warwick, visit Warwick exposed