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Things to See and Do in Coventry and Warwickshire

You need never be at a loss for things to do in Coventry and Warwickshire, no matter what your age. From cathedrals, castles and manor houses, to acres of parkland, green space, sporting venues, theatres, shopping landmarks and historical sites of interest, Coventry and Warwickshire provides a fantastic day out for all the family. Whether you like free entry museums, high street shopping, popular cafe's and bars, tasty restaurants and lively nightclubs, we have something for everyone.

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  • Camel Trekking

    Camel Trekking

    Come camel trekking in the beautiful Warwickshire countryside.

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  • Centre AT7

    Coventry Sports Foundation has a mission to provide a range of sports, educational and social activities. With halls, clubs and courts, it’s a successful sports centre for all ages.

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  • Charlecote Park photo - Copyright: Andrew Cox 2009

    Charlecote Mill

    Charlecote is one of the few surviving working watermills in the UK. It is a constant hive of activity, retaining the original atmosphere of a Victorian mill.

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  • Charlecote Park photo - Copyright: Andrew Cox 2009

    Charlecote Park

    Charlecote was the home of the Lucy family in the 12th century.Their stories are told through portraits, treasures and Victorian objects. The gardens offer woodland and riverside walks.

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    City Sightseeing Stratford Tours

    The tour will show you all that Stratford-upon-Avon has to offer, and buying your ticket couldn't be easier - simply pay our driver!

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  • Classic Air Force

    Now that our Newquay Aviation Museum is in full swing we've found time to turn our attention back to our long-standing base of operations here in Coventry. We're keeping it fairly low-key for now, but if you like the idea of seeing how our aircraft are maintained and restored then you're going to love a visit to our Airbase.

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  • Compton Verney

    Compton Verney

    Compton Verney was home to the Verney family for almost 500 years. It is now transformed into a gallery of international standing, offering high quality attractions and facilities.

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  • Cook Street Gate

    Built around 1385 and presented to the city by W.F Wyley in 1913. Forming part of the old Coventry wall, Cook Street Gate can be found at the very top of Lady Herbert's Garden.

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  • Coombe Country Park

    Coombe Country Park

    Set in the beautiful countryside, Coombe Country Park offers a wide variety of family activities, and has a hands-on visitor centre, restaurant and gift shop. It’s great for wildlife enthusiasts.

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  • Coughton Court

    Coughton Court

    Home to the Throckmorton family since 1409, Coughton Court holds a unique place in English history with its connections to the Gunpowder Plot of 1605.

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