Places of Interest
A bustling county and market town with regular markets and festivals, dominated by the imposing castle.
This tight-knit market town is famously home to the public school of the same name, where the sport of Rugby Football was invented.
Wide boulevards, Georgian and Edwardian architecture and expansive, award-winning parks provide a sophisticated backdrop to this elegant Regency town. Attractions include the refurbished Pump Rooms which now house the town’s museum and art gallery, top class entertainment at the Spa Centre and Jephson Gardens, home to a stunning array of floral displays, notable and rare specimen trees and shrubs, a lake and fountains.
Britain’s second largest city is home to a variety of museums, galleries, theatres and of course shops including the modern Bullring centre.