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 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.
With humble beginnings as a Cistercian monastic house in 1154, Stoneleigh Abbey was converted at the Dissolution into a comfortable family home.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This picturesque historic park nestles between established housing developments offering a unique parkland experience with its rolling landscape and established tree stock.