Historic Pub Interiors

Historic Pub Interiors

The United Kingdom has over 60,000 pubs. One of their great joys is their sheer variety. They range from simple rural pubs to late-Victorian extravaganzas, from the genuinely old to the aggressively modern, from urban back-street boozers, through suburban estate pubs, to picture postcard rural idylls. Every architectural style is represented, be in Art Nouveau or Art Deco, high Gothic or post-war Brutalism.

CAMRA is wholly committed to doing all it can to protect our dwindling stock of intact historic pub interiors, and has a Heritage Pubs Group made up of CAMRA members who are passionate about protecting and promoting our historic pub interiors. Some members of the group are recognised architectural and pub historians.

The Group maintains the National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors which is a list of those interiors that have remained intact for a long time and/or have features of exceptional historic or architectural importance.

If you want to be kept regularly up to date on the changes to the status the pubs in the National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors, then please join their email mailing list. Monthly bulletins are sent out each month, and are also posted their web site.

There are currently 5 pub interiors from our area listed in the National Inventory.
Click on the links to see the Heritage Pubs entry.








Cross Keys, Burbage








Dog and Gun, Earl Shilton








Greyhound, Hinckley











Queen's Head, Barwell










Wharf Inn, Hinckley





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