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Drapers' Hall is Coventry's finest Regency building.
Mix and match 20 minute games against different players. Guaranteed three games during the evening. Friendly matches and social banter. Non- members welcome. Every Sunday.
Swanswell Gate is one of two surviving city gates, and is a Grade I listed building, situated adjacent to the best surviving remains of the medieval city wall.
The site was part of ‘King’s Fields’ so called it is said because it was where King Richard set up his camp prior to the Battle of Gosford Green.
Tours taking place during Heritage Open Days 2019 in Coventry.
Long forgotten, 15 minutes walk away from the centre of Coventry, lies Stoney Road Gardens with its seven historic summerhouses.
Caludon Castle is one of only 20 scheduled ancient monuments in Coventry and its the only one to be found in a public park.
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.
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.