147 Nightclub is a late-night entertainment venue located just a short walk from Coventry City centre.
The Adventure Sports Outdoor Activity Centre is Warwickshire’s favourite venue for adrenaline packed activities, family fun and exciting events.
The Albany Theatre based in Coventry’s city centre has a rich heritage in the arts with productions taking place in a 1930s art deco theatre auditorium, along with additional studio space hosting more intimate events.
This picturesque historic park nestles between established housing developments offering a unique parkland experience with its rolling landscape and established tree stock.
Baxters Baristas’ food and drinks are handcrafted to reflect their neighbourhood.
They support other local businesses and suppliers at every step.
The Belgrade Theatre features an 850 seat main auditorium that hosts professional touring productions and a newer studio space that can hold a smaller audience of 250-300 guests.
Roger Bailey is a Heart of England Blue Badge Tourist Guide, offering guided walking and coach tours for private groups, large or small. Roger covers Coventry, Stratford upon Avon, Warwick, Royal Leamington Spa, The Cotswolds and much more.
Boom: Battle Bar is widely considered to be the best destination for social competitiveness with friends. The establishment boasts an electric mix of games, such as Axe Throwing, Crazier Golf, Electric Darts, Shuffleboard, American Pool, Shuffleboards, Beer Pong, Arcades, along with delicious food, drinks, and an ensured great time.
Caludon Castle Park is FREE to enter. It is located three miles to the east of Coventry city centre. The site contains two scheduled ancient monuments by English Heritage, including the remains of Caludon Castle which is Grade 1 listed.
Centre AT7, operated by CV Life, is located in the northeast of Coventry. The Centre provides high-quality facilities and a wide range of activities at affordable prices for adults, families, children and organisations to keep you fit, active and healthy.
The landscape around Charterhouse includes green fields, woodland, the River Sherbourne, the Grade II listed Sherbourne Viaduct and a disused railway line. The viaduct was designed by Stephenson in 1837 as part of the world’s first major inter-city railway.
For a family day out, or a quiet little picnic, visit Coombe Abbey Park. It offers 500 acres of beautiful gardens, woodland, lakeside walks, and bird watching. The diverse “Capability” Brown designed landscape makes it ideal for everyone, from families to wildlife enthusiasts and those just looking for a quiet stroll in the woodland.
The Coventry Blaze are based in the West Midlands of Great Britain. The club competes in the Elite Ice Hockey League (EIHL), the UK’s premier top-flight ice hockey league.
Coventry Building Society Arena has forged an enviable reputation as the leading international venue for a variety of events, attracting more than 1.3 million visitors a year.
Coventry Cathedral is a place where splendid medieval history meets modern architecture to stunning and poignant effect.
The award winning Coventry Music Museum celebrates Coventry & Warwickshire music in all its many fantastic forms. From the Ska powered 2-Tone movement of the Specials and The Selecter, to Hazel O’Connor, King and The Enemy and so much more.
Coventry Transport Museum houses the largest publicly owned collection of British vehicles on the planet and tells the story of a city which changed the world through transport. Visitors can expect captivating displays, interactive galleries, and highly immersive exhibitions. 14 fully accessible galleries are home to the fastest vehicle in the world, pioneering bicycles, transport champions and many of the most innovative, memorable and luxurious vehicles of the last 200 years.
Pick up your free explorer’s trail from Coventry Visitor Information Centre (located adjacent to Coventry Railway Station) and discover the answers to the 10 questions as you search some of the very special city centre attractions to win your exclusive Coventry Young Explorers badge!
The New Cathedral is almost shockingly modern – and designed to reveal its charms only slowly. On entering via the “West” window (it actually faces south), your attention will be drawn towards the huge tapestry, filling the wall at the opposite end of the nave.
Join the East Chase Distillers, as co-founder Richie takes you through a raw and personal account of his life within UK Special Forces – over a glass or two of Heritage Gin.
FarGo Village is an artistically re-purposed industrial space in Coventry city centre, designed exclusively for creative, independent businesses and like-minded visitors. We are fiercely independent!
Go Ape Coventry offers the best of high rope antics. With a Treetop Challenge, Treetop Adventure Plus and Treetop Adventure, this location has something for thrill-seeking adults and fun-seeking children.
Hatton Country World is your ultimate destination for great days out in Warwickshire Countryside, conveniently situated in the midlands between Birmingham, Coventry, and Warwick. Explore their array of activities and places to visit, ensuring there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
With one of the largest collections of team building activities & equipment in the UK, we can tailor make your event to fit your company’s targets, goals & budget. Our 35 years’ experience is there to help you deliver the most inspirational team building and activity days in the UK.
The Herbert Art Gallery & Museum is the perfect place to delve into Coventry’s history and immerse yourself in world class art. Investigate the natural world, modern art, and the Old Masters. Wander through dazzling interactive displays and enjoy the latest exhibitions while admiring the building’s unique architecture.
Introducing Hermit’s Hollow, Coombe Abbey’s brand-new play park in Coventry. Full of adventure, your children can freely explore the Hermit’s talking tube, clamber high amongst treetops on the Canopy Spire or whizz back to the ground on the spiralling tube.
The HMV Empire in Coventry is a popular entertainment venue located in the heart of the city. With a capacity of over 2,000 people, the venue plays host to a wide range of live music events, including concerts, club nights, and comedy shows.
Longford Park is the largest of the City’s Area Parks and serves the North of the city. It is a well established green space with expanses of grass, colourful bedding schemes, picturesque tree-lined river walk, ecological and wildlife areas and a range of facilities for all the family to enjoy, including a play area, skate park, and a multi-use games area.
It’s A.D. 60; the Iceni of East Anglia led by the legendary Boudica have rebelled against Roman rule, and have just been defeated in a terrible battle fought somewhere in the Midlands. As a result, the Romans are building a series of fortifications across the Midlands, including the Lunt.
Mana Spa is a place of relaxation and realignment. It’s where you go to find balance and peace again, to treat yourself and restore your energies.
The Phil Silvers Museum was launched on 1 November 2015, 30 years after the passing of Phil Silvers.
Samoan Joes is an newly renovated Tiki Cocktail bar located in the Skydome. It is a tropical oasis where the party goes on and on by serving outrageous, exotic cocktails to good people.
The Shakespeare Distillery is a small-batch craft distillery located in the heart of Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare.
Situated in the heart of the city centre, Skydome is Coventry’s premier leisure and entertainment destination.
180 steps to magnificent views of Coventry and the surrounding area.
Discover 700 years of Power, Propaganda and Partying. An undiscovered hidden gem in a unique historical setting. Discover St Mary’s Guildhall in the heart of the city of Coventry. Discover St Mary’s Guildhall – opening Friday 22nd July 2022.
With humble beginnings as a Cistercian monastic house in 1154, Stoneleigh Abbey was converted at the Dissolution into a comfortable family home.
Stratford Racecourse is a renowned horse racing venue located in the picturesque town of Stratford-upon-Avon in England. With its rich history and scenic surroundings, the racecourse offers an exhilarating and unforgettable experience for both racing enthusiasts and casual visitors alike. Nestled amidst the rolling hills of Warwickshire, the course provides breathtaking views of the countryside, creating a truly idyllic setting for a day at the races.
Address: 157 Corporation St, Coventry, CV1 1GUPhone: 024 7526 2885Website: www.telegraph-hotel.com/forme-chase
The Alan Higgs Centre, operated by CV Life, is located in the south-east of Coventry. The Centre provides high-quality facilities and a wide range of activities at affordable prices for adults, families, children and organisations to keep you fit, active and healthy.
The Avenue at Coombe has something for everyone to enjoy. Whether it’s a rainy day and you’re craving some warming food, you’re on the hunt for a unique gift or you want to explore the great outdoors, our gates are always open to you, your family and your friends.
The British Motor Museum is home to the world’s largest collection of historic British Cars; it boasts over 400 cars in its collection which spans the classic, vintage and veteran eras. Situated in the small village of Gaydon, Warwickshire, just off junction 12 of the M40.
The Coventry Canal offers much needed green and blue space in the middle of the city. It’s the perfect place for a leisurely stroll or a gentle bike ride. Use it to connect with nature, get a blast of fresh air or escape the hustle and bustle. It’s yours to enjoy.
The Wave has something for thrill, spill and chill seekers… plus more!
Family-run micropub and cafe on the ground floor of a block of student apartments close to Coventry Rail Station. Their own Triumph beers are brewed at the rear of the premises behind the bar area. Triumph beers are not real by CAMRA’s definition, but the guest beers from Twisted Barrel and Mashionistas are, and served from Keykegs.
Want to explore Coventry’s Historic Heart and find its hidden gems? Join me, Verity Tiff a local, Blue Badge Qualified Tourist Guide accredited through the Institute of Tourist Guiding on a walking tour.
Coventry’s largest city park opened in July 1921 as Coventry’s tribute to the soldiers from the city who lost their lives during the First World War (1914-1918). The park attracts around 400,000 visitors every year, with many coming to enjoy a peaceful stroll, picnic, bike ride, round of pitch and putt or game of tennis.
Based at the heart of the University of Warwick on the outskirts of Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre has a national reputation for its wide-ranging programme. The programme at Warwick Arts Centre is diverse and eclectic, ranging from the best UK and international theatre, prestigious orchestras and big-name comedians to music gigs, films, experimental studio work and accessible work for children and families.
Xcel Leisure Centre, operated by CV Life, is located in the south-west of Coventry.
Bagot’s Castle is a 14th century castle in the village of Baginton, Warwickshire in the English Midlands.
From the 15th Century stone pulpit to the 16th Century Bible and the world-renowned Doom painting, Holy Trinity Coventry is certainly a ‘must visit’ place in our great city.
Moat House Leisure & Neighbourhood Centre is a brand new facility and is home to a stunning 40 station air conditioned fitness suite with the latest fitness equipment, audio visual and music systems.
The 100 acres of Ryton Pools Country Park are just waiting to be explored. The many different habitats are home to a wide range of birds and other wildlife.
From PC gaming and PlayStation to board games and racing simulators – SideQuest is a destination for every type of gamer (and bubble tea lover!).From PC gaming and PlayStation to board games and racing simulators – SideQuest is a destination for every type of gamer (and bubble tea lover!).
As one of Coventry’s most historic buildings, St John’s holds a special place in the heart of the city. St John’s was built by Medieval Religious Guilds in 1344 on land given by Queen Isabella.
Address: 121 Upper Spon St, Coventry, CV1 3BQ
Phone: 024 7625 7117
Their 18-hole golf course is all about strategy; with a series of par 3’s to ease you into your round, with just enough distance and water hazards to challenge a seasoned player, and the stunning scenery to make it your new favourite.
Address: Cryfield Village, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7EU Website: