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#1 of 1 things to do in Nether Whitacre
Beautifully home cooked food, super tasty, meat really tender, lots of freshly cooked vegetables which were perfect.
Very warm and friendly welcome with a great range of very tasty food.

The Coventry Music Museum

Coventry, UK 11.3 mi away
#1 of 70 things to do in Coventry
Fantastic place ,people so friendly and knowledgeable .The ghost town Specials car was the best .Lots and lots of memorabilia, clothes,badges,mugs,clocks you name it .A cafe with great art work .If you love 2 tone...
An absolute must for any music fan, We particularly loved the Ska material it was amazing, so much stuff to look at, plus all the staff were amazing, full of knowledge and thoroughly passionate about what they hav...

Birmingham Back to Backs

Birmingham, UK 10.8 mi away
#1 of 295 things to do in Birmingham
We did the tour with Geoff on Thursday 15 th November, great guide very knowledgeable with interest and humour , wonderful to see so much history being preserved thank you national trust
Have been wanting to come here for ages, well worth a visit for any one interested in our social history, Pat our tour guide was very knowledgeable & passionate about the subject, can highly recommend this tour

The Staffordshire Regiment Museum

Whittington, UK 10.0 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Whittington
Our hosts enhanced the visit of myself and my two Grandsons by letting us handle several (safe) guns and a hand Granade and telling us two " wee wee " stories !!! My Grandsons thought it was the best Visit ever an...
I have visited most of the UK regimental museums and thoroughly recommend a visit here.

Sutton Park National Nature Reserve

The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, UK 7.4 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield
Explore round the 7 lakes, enjoy refreshments, visit the ancient history, walk the Roman road, climb hills, stand on the bridges and watch the trains and count the bridges from one side of a lake to the other.
Great walks, donkey sanctuary, pools, restaurants and cafes, golf, plus the natural beauty of it all makes it ideal for families and everyone wanting to escape the urban environment for a few hours.

Coffin Works

Birmingham, UK 11.0 mi away
#4 of 295 things to do in Birmingham
The tour is very enlightening with lots of humorous stories of the people who worked here and congratulations to the Birmingham Conservation Trust and all the staff and volunteers for keeping alive such a fascinat...
... shrouds etc were made for many funerals, including members of the royal family and politicians.It's a quirky museum with an interesting history and we were told many interesting facts and stories about the trade.

Middle England Farm Alpacas

Henley in Arden 6.5 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Henley in Arden
Booked via the website and Andi was helpful throughout the booking process even recommending a local pub to visit after for food (perfect recommendation to) Follow the advice given it’s defo wellies or walking boo...
Really interesting to hear all about the alpacas & where they originated from -such lovely, gentle animals & a delight to walk with them over beautiful Warwickshire countryside.

Coventry Cathedral

Coventry, UK 10.8 mi away
#4 of 70 things to do in Coventry
Such a wonderful site full of history and a wonderful site of remembrance of those who died during world war 2. It is a lovely space and if you are in the city it is well worth a visit for a few minutes of quiet r...
The old with it's history and the new, whether you like the modern architecture or not, it is spectacular.
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Coventry Transport Museum

Coventry, UK 10.6 mi away
#2 of 70 things to do in Coventry
... from a chopper bike to a f1 jaguar All the staff are very helpfull and to top the visit off a amazing cafe next door great food all at a reasonable price The museum is free admittance and parking is affordable...
... Museum, I have to say this is the best Free Day Out we have been to, the kids loved looking at all of the Cars & Bikes and it was nice to see most of the old Cars that Dad used to own! Highly Recommend to all.

Museum of the Jewellery Quarter

Birmingham, UK 11.0 mi away
#2 of 295 things to do in Birmingham
While visiting with friends we took a look at the museum, what a great tour, Rupert, our guide was very knowledgeable, friendly and extremely entertaining, the tour was a step back in time and enjoyed by all inclu...
We needed more time here, we went on the Heritage Walk round the jewellery quarter which was superb, the guide Debbie was brilliant and demonstrated the machines giving a great insight into the workings of these w...

Steelhouse Lane Lock-up

Birmingham, UK 10.6 mi away
#5 of 295 things to do in Birmingham
Really appreciated the knowledgeable volunteers giving insight into the history of the Birmingham and subsequently West Midlands Police.
This visitor attraction was well worth the visit, and can only get better with additional heritage funding, in the coming years, the passion and knowledge, is already there.

Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

Birmingham, UK 10.9 mi away
#13 of 295 things to do in Birmingham
Superb collection of wonderful things - The Staffordshire Hoard, huge collection of Pre-Raphaelites, wonderful building, great cafe, and an Amazing exhibit about the history of Birmingham.
This is a brilliant museum but my visit today was to see Dippy I had seen him in The Natural History Museum in London a couple of times but I must say he looked right at home in Birmingham's superb museum
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Soho House

Birmingham, UK 11.3 mi away
#6 of 295 things to do in Birmingham
Excellent guide, Gillian, who was full of interesting stories and facts about Matthew Bolton and his family, the house, the society, the industrial interest, lunar society, food and drink.
Always wanted to visit Soho House, although the grounds and house are somewhat reduced in size from its early beginnings, I found it a fascinating place to visit and to learn more of the history of the pioneering...

St. Mary's Guildhall

Coventry, UK 10.9 mi away
#3 of 70 things to do in Coventry
Absolute must for visitors to Coventry - enjoy St Mary's and the cathedral, both stunning - defiantly recommend, some nice restaurants nearby ....Cosy club is lovely in the evenings over looking Broadgate
It is well worth a visit such a lot to see, the tapestries and the galleries, on heritage days they have muscians and exhibits telling the story of Coventry when it was a rich and important city a nice Coffee place.
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Holy Trinity Church

Coventry, UK 10.8 mi away
#7 of 70 things to do in Coventry
It is well worth a visit and there was a lovely lunch time concert on the day I visited.
A lovely building as you would expect and lots of staff willing to talk about the history
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RSPB Middleton Lakes

Tamworth, UK 4.0 mi away
#4 of 23 things to do in Tamworth
There is so much to see here; all kinds of small birds, herons, dragonflies and beautiful butterflies.
The path from the car park down to the lakes runs past a heronry and then through a wooded area where, normally, there is a fast flowing brook.

Blakesley Hall

Birmingham, UK 7.6 mi away
#12 of 295 things to do in Birmingham
What a wonderful decision it turned out to be, We were able to go on an escorted tour with our personal guide Jean who was a lovely knowledgeable lady who obviously enjoyed the atmosphere and history of the house,...
Absolutely smashing day with 5yrs old Rosie, we hunted treasure, made Crowns, with Real Jewels, ventured around the Hall, dressed up in beautiful frocks and ate a lovely wrap for lunch.

Astley Book Farm

Bedworth 6.5 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Bedworth
The place is a little gem, you can read a book or buy the book, the cafe does fantastic food and drink and the snug at the far point is a great little hide away with comfy seats and perfect log burner for heat, if...
Wow if you love books they have so many different genres for all ages keep going in the barn as at the end well it’s a surprise u have to visit As well as a beautiful array of old they have some new books and some...

Malvern and Brueton Park

Solihull, UK 9.5 mi away
#2 of 36 things to do in Solihull
What a lovely place to stroll on a sunny spring day, enjoying the beautiful flowers in Malvern Park and the huge variety of trees in Brueton Park all coming into leaf and blossom.
It is well used by all ages (families, cyclists, joggers, students, local workers on lunch breaks) and has a childrens playground at the Malvern Park end and a large lake at the end of Brueton Park with a nature c...

Herbert Art Gallery & Museum

Coventry, UK 10.9 mi away
#6 of 70 things to do in Coventry
From paintings and sculptures to the legend of Lady Godiva and the informative and inspiring Peace and Reconciliation gallery there is much to admire and horizons may be broadened.
At time of visit has great gallery dedicated to toys and it has one of those gifts that everyone visiting of all ages will say “I had one of them!” Rest of museum has really interesting rooms one dedicated to Lady...

Elmdon Park

Solihull, UK 7.6 mi away
#3 of 36 things to do in Solihull
beautiful park clean well looked after and grandchildren loved going round on there bikes,lovely lakes loads of ducks ,we go there alot as its a very big park and at the top there is a lovely church
If you’re into history then there’s a heritage trail you can follow, which describes the old Manor of Elmdon and it’s Norman and Medieval past.

Hartshill Hayes Country Park

Nuneaton 5.4 mi away
#1 of 17 things to do in Nuneaton
Nice countryside walk quiet n tranquil spent over an hour there and only walked around half wooded area little shop to get refreshments and ample parking.
Good day out and a nice park...dont forget your wellies and a nice picnic too..

Birmingham Cathedral

Birmingham, UK 10.7 mi away
#23 of 295 things to do in Birmingham
Originally built between 1710-25 as a new parish church 'on the hill' to accommodate overflow congregations from the quaintly-named St. Martins In The Bull Ring, St. Philip's has a Baroque style owing more to Borr...
visited when all 12 bells were ringing absolutly fantastic, and had a good look round the cathedral, excellent info from a member of staff, worth a visit when the bells are ringing spectacular
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Library of Birmingham

Birmingham, UK 11.1 mi away
#16 of 295 things to do in Birmingham
It has everything- culture- the historic Shakespeare library, wonderful design and architecture, books to inspire... a range of text types for all abilities and interests- the secret garden... amazing views... hel...
Be sure to visit the stunning, wood panelled ‘Shakespeare’ room, which was built in 1882 (and designed by John Henry Chamberlain) for Birmingham’s Victorian Central Library, and meticulously re-fitted in a rotunda...
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National Motorcycle Museum

Birmingham, UK 6.5 mi away
#7 of 295 things to do in Birmingham
... the museum itself is amazing the range of motorcycles on display is fantastic from very early pre war models to modern track bikes, The gift shop also offers great merchandise for any motorcycle enthusiasts
Easy to find, right on the M42 motorway junction 6. Better still, join the friends of the museum and enjoy additional treats, like my visit yesterday when we were able to ride some of the collection within the mus...
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The Core Theatre Solihull

Solihull, UK 9.9 mi away
#1 of 36 things to do in Solihull
It is small and cosy, comfortable seating, everyone has a good view of the stage, the staff are helpful and the cafe area is clean and welcoming.
5 Stars to everyone concerned in this years production of Sleeping Beauty, as a “regular” to the annual core theatre Xmas panto’s I can honestly say this was a breath of fresh air, we were captured from the start,...

Aston Hall

Birmingham, UK 9.6 mi away
#24 of 295 things to do in Birmingham
This treasure sits in stark contrast to the deprivation that exists within yards of its gates; it is unique in its proximity to vast tracts of inner city terraced housing, factories, major arterial roads, main lin...
Great place to visit

Tamworth Castle

Tamworth, UK 7.0 mi away
#3 of 23 things to do in Tamworth
Lovely place to visit and very interesting to learn our heritage as we are Tamworth residence and wanted our children to learn all about the history of own town..lovley castle very interesting will defiantly be go...
Family ticket is good value , The castle is well set out to tour round , the kids enjoyed it , they got to run around the battlements and the interactive displays in the main hall kept the kids busy for 30 mins ,...

Lucky Tails Alpaca Farm

Atherstone 1.6 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Atherstone
... with then we got to choose our own Alpaca to go for a walk with around the fields, we chose Yoda a chocolate brown good natured male, it was great fun a huge pack of people & Alpacas and one Llama called Lemmy!!
As both of us are huge animal lovers we knew it would be something we enjoyed but it exceeded our expectations, the animals are all kept in great conditions and you can see the staff enjoy what they do.

St. Martin in the Bull Ring

Birmingham, UK 10.6 mi away
#26 of 295 things to do in Birmingham
Beautiful church giving the Bullring a historic focal point and a quiet space from the bustle of the city centre shopping looks wonderful at night.
Many shops cafes & restaurants close by & of course the famous Bullring Shopping Centre, interestingly many other interesting attractions within walking distance for all ages & budgets.
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