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      in Coventry

      Coventry is a large historic city situated on the edge of the West Midlands and nearby to the birthplace of the famous playwrite Shakespeare. This city is probably best known for once being the home of British transport, creating some of the UK's biggest models and modes of road travel.

      The legend of Lady Godiva also originates here, who rode naked through the streets of Coventry in protest of high tax rates. A statue in her honour has been errected in catherdral sqaure in the city centre. Coventry has many fantastic family attractions throughout the city, from museums to stately homes.

      For motor enthusiats, take a nostalgic vist to the Coventry Transport Museum. This long-standing museum houses a large collection of classic and vintage cars throughout history, as well as the popular Jaguar Heritage exhibition. Adjacent to Coventry Airport is the Midland Air Museum. This unique attraction houses a collection of historic airplanes, jets and WWII hangers, providing a deep insight into how these huge machines once ruled the skies.

      Coombe Country Park is situated 5 miles east of Coventry and is the largest recreational area owned by Coventry Council, providing you with a chance to explore 400 acres of beautiful parkland and gardens. Also nearby is Arbury Hall, known as the 'Gothic Gem of the Midlands', which stands in the midst of rolling lawns and is surrounded by many acres of parkland. 

      For ideas to entertain the kids, visit nearby Birmingham's very popular Cadbury's World. This working factory will take you through the history of serious chocolate making, as well as getting the opportunity to test some of the delicious creations for yourself.

      Take a look at our top 'Local Attractions' in Coventry...

      Coventry Cathedral

      Coventry Cathedral

      Coventry, West Midlands
      Also known as 'St. Michael's Cathedral', this 14th century church was severely bombed during World War II and now remains only as a mere shell. After reconstruction in the 1950's, a new building was built besides the former church, forming the cathedral we can see today. Throughout the year, it hosts a number of events, concerts and exhibitions, as well as weekly worship and beautiful services.
      Statue of Lady Godiva

      Statue of Lady Godiva

      Broadgate, Coventry
      Erected in the city's central square in 1949, the story behind the 'Statue of Lady Godiva' has become a symbol for Coventry since the early 19th Century. Crafted by William Reid-Dick, this Grade-II listed statue has now become a much-loved tourist attraction, situated in a busy square where you can find some unique cafés and pubs.
      Priory Visitor Centre

      Priory Visitor Centre

      Coventry, West Midlands
      For over 500 years, The Priory was home to a group of monks until King Henry VIII closed down the site. Now all that stands, is the ruins of Coventry's first Cathedral. At the Visitor Centre, you can discover a rich history and delve into the lifestyle of the monks, as you take a tour through the cathedral's skeleton. There is even a dressing up corner where you can truly become medieval!
      Coventry Transport Museum

      Coventry Transport Museum

      Coventry, West Midlands
      Explore 150 years of history behind the earliest forms of road transport, through to the modern innovations we see today. The Coventry Transport Museum provides a unique insight into what inspired some of the greatest motoring creations in the world, as well as a display of over 240 cars, commercial vehicles and buses, 94 motorcycles, 200 cycles, 25,000 models and around 1 million archive and ephemera items. You don't have to be a transport enthusiast to enjoy all this museum has to offer!
      Midland Air Museum

      Midland Air Museum

      Coventry Airport, Baginton
      A world of historic and nostalgic aviation awaits you at the Midland Air Museum near Coventry Airport! This impressive collection of aircrafts, WWII hangers and aircraft components has gradually expanded over the years, and is now one of the leading aeronautical museums in the UK! Make sure you don't miss out on flying high with Coventry's fascinating air display.
      Jaguar Heritage Coventry

      Jaguar Heritage Museum

      Coventry, West Midlands
      Housed at the Coventry Transport Museum, this large historic collection of Jaguar cars is a must-see for classic car enthusiasts. These stunning vehicles range from as far back as 1938 up until 2002, showing how this model has developed dramatically over the years.
      Herbert Art Gallery

      Herbert Art Gallery & Museum

      Coventry, West Midlands
      Located just off Cathedral Square in the heart of Coventry, this artistic centre was erected in honour of Sir Alfred Herbert, a local industrialist. Constructed over a 20 year period and finally opening to the public in 1960, the facility houses a gigantic and wide-ranging collection of art and artefacts, from birds and butterflies to visual arts and archaeology. There are also frequent events and workshops held for adults and families, making this a great day out for creativity, exploration and inspiration!
      Abbey Coombe Country Park

      Coombe Abbey Country Park

      Coventry, West Midlands
      For the perfect family day-trip this summer, visit the stunning Coombe Abbey Park with 500 acres of beautiful gardens, woodland and lakeside walks. These grounds have won numerous awards over the years, including the prestigious Green Flag award, and are home to a delicious café where you can enjoy some afternoon tea and cakes. The park also holds lots of activities like geology fun days and donkey rides, meaning if you are visiting with children there is much to keep them entertained!
      Warwick Castle

      Warwick Castle

      Warwick Castle, Warwick
      Built by William the Conqueror in 1068, this Medieval castle has been a long standing symbol of Warwickshire's historic heritage. Today, the castle has become a leading family visitor attraction with medieval entertainment, castle tours and live action shows. Here, you can experience everything from being made into a king for the day and learning how to prepare for war, helping a princess escape in The Princess Tower and witnessing real medieval weapons in action, like the mighty trebuchet, which is literally a giant slingshot!
      Kenilworth Castle

      Kenilworth Castle

      Kenilworth, Warwickshire
      Explore the historic ruins of Kenilworth Castle on the outskirts of Coventry. This once royal building was the home of Robert Dudley, a lover of Queen Elizabeth I. Follow in her footsteps as you explore carved arbours and marvel at the bejewelled aviary and marble fountain. Also connected to this historic site, are the beautiful Elizabethan Gardens. Immersed in over 400 years of nature, you can roam at your own leisure and absorb the beauty.
      Cadbury's World

      Cadbury's World

      Bourneville, Birmingham
      There are 14 different zones to explore which include the origins of the cocoa bean amidst trees and waterfalls in the Aztec Jungle, before jumping on board the magical Cadabra ride and meeting the infamous Cadbury drumming gorilla! You can also join Freddo and a whole host of Cadbury characters on an adventurous journey in an all new 4D cinema experience, ride the Crunchie Rollercoaster and take to the skies in a Cadbury Creme Egg airship piloted by the Caramel Bunny!