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Coventry Land Marks

 

   

Museums & Galleries

 

 

Coventry Transport Museum

Millennium Place, Hales Street, Coventry, West Midlands

Tel: 024 7623 4270

The world's largest collection of British road transport located in the birthplace of British transport. Offering everything from 'bone shaking' cycles to land speed record cars. DOCTOR WHO Exhibition from 13th March 2009.  Coventry Watchmaker's Museum

Coventry Watchmaker's Museum Project

Court 7, Spon Street, Coventry, West Midlands

Tel: 024 7640 2331

Housed within three 19th Century cottages the museum is not yet open to the public as project organisers are still working towards making the site the museum's permanent home.  Heritage Motor Centre

 

Heritage Motor Centre

Banbury Road, Gaydon, Warwick, Warwickshire

Tel: 01926 641188

Uncover the story of the British motor industry with the exciting and interactive exhibitions. Home to the world's largest collection of historic British cars and great fun for all the family.

 

Arts Information Centre

The Herbert

Jordan Well, Coventry, West Midlands

Tel: 024 7683 2310  

The Herbert is the City's Art Gallery and Museum with studios for music & film production. In 2008 new art, natural history and history exhibitions will open to the public.  

 

 

Black Swan Terrace,

 

Upper Spon Street, Coventry, West Midlands

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Black Swan Terrace has been restored to illustrate life for a weaver during 1560. The site also includes a mediaeval garden with flowers from the period.  

 

Bond's Hospital & Old Bablake School

Hill Street, Coventry, West Midlands

16th Century school and Almshouses. External viewing only.  

 

Cheylesmore Manor

Manor House Drive, New Union Street, Coventry, West Midlands

16th Century Manor House. Not open for public viewing. External viewing only.  

 

Christchurch Spire

New Union Street, Coventry, West Midlands

Tel: 024 7652 1200

One of Coventry's three famous spires.  Cook Street & Swanswell Gates

Cook Street & Swanswell Gates

Cook Street, Coventry, West Midlands

Historic Site.  

 

Coventry Cathedral

1 Hill Top, Coventry, West Midlands

Tel: 02476 521257

Glorious 20th century Cathedral, with stunning 1950's art & architecture, rising above the stark ruins of the medieval Cathedral destroyed by German air raids in 1940. The Visitor Information Centre housed in St Michael's Tower.  Coventry Freemen's Guild

St Mary's Guildhall

Bayley Lane, Coventry, West Midlands

Tel: 024 7683 3328.

One of the finest mediaeval guildhalls in England, it stands on the other side of Bayley Lane from the ruins of Coventry Cathedral and has stood at the heart of Coventry since the 1340s. Also home to the Coventry Freemans Guild.  Doom Painting

 

Holy Trinity Church

Broadgate, Coventry, West Midlands

Tel: 024 7622 0418

A 12 century Parish Church in the city centre. Mediaeval Doom Painting now restored and on view.  Drapers' Hall

Drapers' Hall

Bayley Lane, Coventry

Built in 1832 by the Drapers Company, one of Coventry's great trading guilds, this site has links back to the city's mediaeval clothing industry. Exterior viewable only.

 

Lady Godiva Statue

Coventry City Centre

c/o CV One Limited, 1 Castle Yard, off Hay Lane, Coventry, West Midlands

Coventry City Centre is frequently used for public events and there are several town trails that start from the city centre.

 

Millennium Place

Millennium Place, Hales Street, Coventry, West Midlands

Pubic square infront of the Coventry Transport Museum. Part of the Millennium developments for Coventry.

 

 

Priory Undercroft

Priory Visitor Centre

Priory Row, Coventry, West Midlands

Tel: 024 7655 2242

The visitors centre tells the story of Coventry's first Cathedral founded in 11th Century by Lady Godiva on the Earl Leofric. Access to Priory Undercroft from here.

 

 

St Michael's Tower at Coventry Cathedral

Coventry Cathedral

1 Hill Top, Coventry, West Midlands

Tel: 024 7652 1257

Glorious 20th century Cathedral, with stunning 1950's art & architecture, rising above the stark ruins of the medieval Cathedral destroyed by German air raids in 1940. The Visitor Information Centre housed in St Michael's Tower.  

Land marks in Coventry