10 ideas for a rainy day
Let’s face it, England is famous for rainy days so we have it covered.
Have fun inside at the swimming pools in – Atherstone Leisure Complex, Pingles Nuneaton or Lea Marston hotel
Nuneaton’s Art Gallery & Museum showcases fine art, local history and galleries on local heroine Mary Ann Evans, better known as George Eliot
Indulge in a spa experience at Lea Marston hotel
Step back in time through 900 years of history in Tamworth Castle. Wander the chambers and hallways of this unique building and get a real sense of how the Saxons, Normans, Tudors and Victorians spent their time in the castle.
Visit the painstakingly restored historic Middleton Hall which is now home to the Peel Collection and Police Museum
See a show at Bedworth Civic Hall
Don the knight’s chainmail – will you be loyal to King Richard III or the rebel Henry Tudor at the Bosworth Battlefield Centre?
Some of us need no excuse for shopping and eating cake! You can do this and shelter from the rain at Planters Garden Centre or Hoar Park Shopping Village. Or browse amongst the hundreds of book and have coffee and cake in the café at Astley Book Farm.
Prefer snow to rain? Head to the Snowdome in Tamworth for skiing, ice skating and more
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Historic days out in Northern Warwickshire
Henry Tudor’s restover before the Battle of Bosworth, an important Roman fort town & Boudica’s last stand, the Elizabethan centre of literary activity, the Sir Robert Peel Museum and George Eliot’s inspiration are just some of the historical places of importance that you visit in North Warwickshire.
Family days out in Northern Warwickshire
Burn off some energy at our country parks or stroll along the peaceful Coventry or Fazeley canals? Whether you love books, adventure or animals we have some fantastic places for you to visit in North Warwickshire.
Uncover George Eliot Country
“Unconventional”, “unorthodox”, descriptions of one of the leading nineteenth century authors Mary Ann Evans, known as George Eliot and born in Nuneaton; drawing on her early life here in rural Warwickshire her themes and characters are just as relevant today as then....
Sporty trips in Northern Warwickshire
Road racers or easy trails? Tee off at the Belfry? Wakeboarding, waterskiing or open water swimming? Or a take a stroll that’ll give you insights into fascinating local history. North Warwickshire can cater for all tastes.