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Coombe Abbey Country Park

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Attraction type: Park

Address: Brinklow Road

Binley Coventry CV3 2AB


Tel: 02476453720



Coventry Transport Museum 

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Attraction type: Transportation museum

Address: Hales St. Coventry CV1 1PN


Tel: 02476832425


Herbert Art Gallery and Museum 

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Attraction type: Art gallery; History museum

Address: Jordan Well Coventry CV1 5QP


Tel: 02476832386


Coventry Cathedral

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Attraction type: Religious site

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Arbury Hall

This eighteenth-century Gothic mansion, built on ancient remains, boasts a scenic park and garden, plus a rich collection of porcelain and furniture of that period.

Attraction type: Architectural building; Historic home

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St. Mary's Guildhall  


Attraction type: Historic site

Attraction type: Architectural building, Historic home

Address: Nuneaton Coventry CV10 7PT


Tel: 0247638804


Heritage Motor Centre

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#8 of 11 attractions in Coventry

Home to the world's largest collection of historic British cars the Heritage Motor Centre has over 180 vehicles on display spanning the classic, vintage and veteran eras. With a selection of interactive exhibitions and outdoor activities, including the 4x4 Experience, Go-Karts and children's adventure playground, the museum is ideal for both families and enthusiasts alike. Situated in Gaydon, Warwickshire just off junction 12 of the M40.

Address: Banbury Road

Gaydon Coventry CV35 0BJ


Tel: 01926641188



 Lady Godiva Statue

Attraction type: Statue

Address: Broadgate Coventry



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Things to do in Coventry

Welcome to Coventry

Famous for its place in history as the home of the motor industry, Coventry is situated right at the heart of the country. Recent years have seen the city undergo major regeneration; modern urban spaces now sit seamlessly amongst medieval architecture, while independent shops, pubs and bars complement the well-known brands.



Highlights include:


pavement cafés on cobbled streets in the cathedral quarter

medieval pubs serving real ale on Spon Street

bright, modern bars and city-centre living in new urban square Priory Place

the regenerated Canal Basin right in the centre



From sport, theatre, shops and comedy to music, food and art, there's something for everyone in this exciting city.



Coventry is the 8th largest city in the UK. It's a student city that's easy to get to and easy to get around. We're only an hour from London by train and 20 minutes from Birmingham.


The Herbert Museum and Art Gallery is Coventry's main art gallery. Collections include visual art and archaeology, alongside temporary installations and exhibitions that change throughout the year. The Herbert is undergoing a £20 million redevelopment set to provide new permanent and temporary exhibition galleries. A new History Centre that will house archives documenting the history of the city. Admission to the Herbert is free.