The best of all worlds

Welcome to Coventry and Warwickshire – the eclectic heart of England, home to medieval castles and ancient legends, historic market towns and popular shopping quarters. Learn the legend of Lady Godiva, tour the inspiring ruins of Coventry Cathedral or visit the birthplace of Shakespeare himself. Take a look at one of our many award-winning, family-friendly museums or visit one of the countless theatres throughout the area. However you decide to enjoy our region, you can be assured of rich medieval heritage, nestled alongside an eclectic community of creative and inspiring individuals.

Just an hour from London and with great transport links to surrounding areas, Coventry and Warwickshire is rich in culture and heritage, with all the modern day attractions and comforts you could ask for. Here you will find advice on what to see and do, the finest places to eat and sleep and a travel and maps section – everything you need to make the most of your stay in Coventry and Warwickshire.

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Play: An Exploration of Toys, Games and Fun

Coventry is set for a summer of Play after a new exhibition was launched in the city – and it is already proving popular.

Friday night headliner and two more artists join Godiva Festival line up!

Festival organisers have confirmed that Jake Bugg will be performing as Godiva Festival’s Friday night headliner this year.

Play at the Herbert this Summer

A major free exhibition that will appeal to children and adults of all ages is being staged in Coventry this summer, exploring the history of toys, games and fun from across the country.

Visit the Positive Images Festival!

Coventry's Positive Images Festival begins this weekend, with a massive variety of events celebrating the people and cultures of the city.

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Book Club

Book Club

Enjoy a cuppa whilst discussing a nature themed book, as part of our new book club led by a Further Education English Lecturer, starting with Fingers in the Sparkle Jar by Chris Packham.


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