Our distinguished history

The most important historical buildings in Henley-in-Arden have been handily mapped out for you (and numbered) as part of the Henley Heritage Trail. Maps are located at strategic points around the town to guide you.

St Nicholas Church

Norman church built in the 12th century by the De Montfort family.

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Heritage Centre

A museum of the town’s history from the Norman conquest to the present day.

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The Guild Hall

A 15th century building where members of the town’s religious and trade fraternities met.

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Riverlands

An open green space, originally part of the medieval park which surrounded the castle.

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The Mount

Henley’s highest point includes the earthwork remains of Beaudesert Castle.

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St. John the Baptist Church

Built in the 15th century, with substantial Victorian and Edwardian additions.

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Jubilee Gardens

Opened in 2012 to celebrate Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth the II's Diamond Jubilee.

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Methodist Church

A late Victorian brick-built building. A community library is situated in the Old School Room behind the church.

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Henley Station

A traditional Edwardian railway station. Now closed, plans are in hand for a sympathetic renovation.

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Henley Ice Cream

Since the 1930s, visitors have been treating themselves at the Ice Cream Parlour and Tearooms.

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Market Cross

Dating from the 15th century, this was and still is a centre for all public activities and proclamations.

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Baptist Church

Rebuilt in 1937 following a disastrous fire the previous year.

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Our distinguished history

The most important historical buildings in Henley-in-Arden have been handily mapped out for you (and numbered) as part of the Henley Heritage Trail. Maps are located at strategic points around the town to guide you.

St Nicholas Church

Norman church built in the 12th century by the De Montfort family.

Find Out More

Heritage Centre

A museum of the town’s history from the Norman conquest to the present day.

Find Out More

The Guild Hall

A 15th century building where members of the town’s religious and trade fraternities met.

Find Out More

Riverlands

An open green space, originally part of the medieval park which surrounded the castle.

Find Out More

The Mount

Henley’s highest point includes the earthwork remains of Beaudesert Castle.

Find Out More

St. John the Baptist Church

Built in the 15th century, with substantial Victorian and Edwardian additions.

Find Out More

Jubilee Gardens

Opened in 2012 to celebrate Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth the II's Diamond Jubilee.

Find Out More

Methodist Church

A late Victorian brick-built building. A community library is situated in the Old School Room behind the church.

Find Out More

Henley Station

A traditional Edwardian railway station. Now closed, plans are in hand for a sympathetic renovation.

Find Out More

Henley Ice Cream

Since the 1930s, visitors have been treating themselves at the Ice Cream Parlour and Tearooms.

Find Out More

Market Cross

Dating from the 15th century, this was and still is a centre for all public activities and proclamations.

Find Out More

Baptist Church

Rebuilt in 1937 following a disastrous fire the previous year.

Find Out More

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