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  • 1 New St Michael's Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Hill Top 1
 GB - Coventry CV1 5AB

    Although regarded by traditionalists as too modern and by modernists as too traditional, Coventry Cathedral is one of the few modern buildings to meet with the approval of its visitors. The majestic porch was designed to link the new cathedral with t..

  • 2 Old St Michael's Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Priory Row GB - Coventry CV1 5EX

    The late 13C building with large-scale Decorated and Perpendicular additions was destroyed in 1940. All that remains are the walls, crypt, tower and the 90 m spire, one of the architectural glories of England, exceeded in height only by Norwich and S..

  • 3 Museum of British Road Transport Interesting

    Museums and art

    Millennium Place GB - Coventry CV1 1JD

    Coventry was the birthplace of the British car industry - with Daimler in 1896 - and subsequently home to over 100 manufacturers (Daimler, Rover, Riley, Lea & Francis, Hillman, Triumph, etc.). The Museum of British Road Transport illustrates the indu..

  • 4 National Motorcycle Museum

    Museums and art

    rd. Coventry GB - Solihull B92 0EJ

    The West Midlands were once the heart of the British motorcycle industry. Hundreds of models are on show in this complex which is half museum, half conference centre. Fans of two-wheelers will appreciate the development of the motorbike in the UK fro..

  • 5 Guildhall of St Mary

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Bayley Lane GB - Coventry CV1 5RN

    Founded in 1342, it was the prison of Mary Queen of Scots in 1569. Its treasures are two tapestries, one Flemish c 1500, showing Henry VII kneeling, and the other showing Queen Elizabeth and her courtiers. The Hall has a splendid wooden ceiling and s..

  • 6 Ford's Hospital

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Greyfriars Lane GB - Coventry CV1 2GY

    Much restored after war damage, the 1509 half-timbered almshouses form a tranquil courtyard with delightful plants and creepers in the heart of the modern city.

  • 7 Bond's Hospital

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. Hill GB - Coventry CV1 4AN

    This charming half-timbered almshouse, forming a courtyard withBablake Old School, looks out onto the 14C St John's Church. The oldest part is the east building (c 1500), the work of Thomas Bond.

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