- Tourist Attractions
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Venue type: Outdoor
Curious About Coventry gives an exciting glimpse into what makes this full of surprises city what it is.
Expand your knowledge, be entertained and challenged, whilst staying mentally and physically fit! Walks typically take 1 to 2 hours each, and are suitable all year round.
Walk 1: Theatre to Cathedral
From Coventry's famous theatre you are quickly immersed in medieval history, before taking a bizarre turn through a modern shopping precinct with a large statue of Lady Godiva at its end. Now you're back into olde worlde Coventry, with cobbled streets and plaques commemorating its history in all directions. At the end are two of Coventry's cathedrals: one razed in 1940, and the modern cathedral built in its wake.
Cathedral to Oasis
Starting at its third cathedral you will experience more of Coventry's history before descending a hill via its first cathedral, restored Cloisters, and a modern waterfall. Opening out onto a public meeting place, with its unique Time Zone clock facing the Transport Museum, you finish your journey of discovery in more peaceful climes at the delightful gardens of the late Lady Herbert: a ‘flowery oasis in central Coventry'.
Have fun getting Curious About Coventry!
- Snacks Available
- Onsite Shop
Getting There and Contact Information
Start at Belgrade Theatre, Belgrade Square, Coventry, West Midlands, CV1 1GS, England
Click here to visit Curious About Coventry's website
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Our walks are self guided, so can be done whenever you like and in your own time!
Public toilets are available on the way.
If you enjoyed your day out, why not try another Curious About walk? Choose from over 50 towns and cities (local ones include Leamington Spa, Warwick, Stratford Upon Avon, Birmingham and Leicester) all available to buy or download from our website. Remem
Curious About Coventry passes numerous pubs, bars, restaurants, shops and cafes. The theatre has a pleasant cafe at the start of the first walk. The Herbert Gallery at Jordan Well is an interesting cultural gallery and museum, and sells refreshments. On the second walk, the free to enter Transport Museum has a cafe. Lady Herbert's Garden is a pleasant place to picnic at the end of the second walk. There are lots of bars, cafes and restaurants around the Priory area.