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Tours taking place during Heritage Open Days 2019 in Coventry.
A castle lost for hundreds of years - the original building is believed to have been constructed on the site in the 11th century, at the time of King Henry I.
We have three venues over the City on three separate evenings. Basics of archery taught by archery GB leaders and all equipment provided.
The Burges area of Coventry is a rare survival of historic townscape in the heart of the city centre.
This striking Grade 1 collegiate church was described by Sir Gilbert Scott, the eminent Victorian architect as possibly the most beautiful church in the Country.
The ruined Cathedral church of St Michael stands as a symbol the triumph of Peace and Reconciliation over the horrors of war and the urge for retaliation.
St Mary's Guildhall is one of the finest surviving examples of a Medieval Guildhall in the country.
This year, as part of celebrating 25 years of Heritage Open Days here in Coventry, we will be holding a photo competition on the Council’s new Let’s Talk Coventry Platform (it’s not just for surveys!)
Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin was first mentioned in the Domesday Survey of 1086. The building is essentially Norman.
An opportunity to have your photographs displayed or used in next year's Heritage Open Days