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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Coventry is announced UK City Of Culture 2021!!

Coventry is gearing up for one of the biggest years in its history after being named UK City of Culture 2021!

Get ready for Coventry Life Festival [News]

The first ever festival to celebrate Coventry’s older residents is to take place – featuring exercise classes, dance workshops and expert talks and discussions.

Fearsome Craftsmen: Discover the Artistry of the Viking World [News]

Making the perilous journey through the crashing waves of the North Sea, the bloody and brutal Viking invasions of Britain are legendary – but what did they do while they were here?

Saturday at Godiva Festival 2017 [Review]

It’s day two of Godiva Festival, taking place on Saturday 8 July 2017, the heart of the weekend, which is often the busiest day for the event.

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Clare Woods: Reality Dimmed

Clare Woods: Reality Dimmed

The Mead Gallery exhibition presents a new series of raw and powerful paintings, frequently vast in scale, which were inspired by found photographic imagery the artist collects.