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Rugby Visitor Centre

Rugby Visitor Centre - Copyright Rugby Borough Council

Address

The Foyer, Rugby Art Gallery & Museum
Little Elborow Street
Rugby
CV21 3BZ

Contact

Tel : +44 01788 533217

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Prices

Child
FREE


As well as being a one-stop source of information on attractions, accommodation, events and travel, here you can pick up that special reminder of your visit to Rugby. Our comprehensive range of quality giftware includes Rugby souvenirs, books, postcards, t-shirts maps, rugby balls and other game related gifts.

We are agents for National Express, Eurolines and local coach companies and sell tickets for local events, Drayton Manor Theme Park and Theatre Tokens.



The World Rugby Hall of Fame is due to open in our building on 18th November 2016, adding an exciting new attraction to our building.

Upcoming Events

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Recent News

Holiday Activities at Rugby Art Gallery & Museum

Come along to Rugby Art Gallery & Museum and enjoy a host of fantastic half term activities!

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posted 24/10/2016 16:45:00

World Rugby Hall of Fame to open in November in Rugby

The World Rugby Hall of Fame will be opened officially on Thursday 17 November in the presence of some all-time greats of the game.

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posted 20/10/2016 11:46:40

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Directions


By Road

By car: follow the brown signs to Rugby Art Gallery and Museum. The postcode for the closest car park (Asda, located opposite the building) is CV21 3EB

By Public Transport

By bus: all services going to Rugby stop in North Street in the town centre. Head towards the Clock Tower, take Sheep Street and turn right in Wool Street (on the corner with Bar 29). Rugby Art Gallery & Museum is located opposite ASDA. Alternatively, alight in Corporation Street (buses no. 86 and 4 only).

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Rugby Visitor Centre facilities include:

  • In town/city centre
  • Lost child centre
  • Smoking not permitted
  • Suitable for families
  • Suitable for young children
  • Maestro accepted
  • MasterCard accepted
  • Solo accepted
  • Visa accepted
  • Parking (charge)
  • Toilets

Rugby Visitor Centre accessibility includes:

  • Audible alarm system
  • Clear signage throughout attraction, eg colour contrast, large letters, pictograms
  • Contrast markings on glass doors and full-height windows
  • Designated parking within about 50 metres of main entrance
  • Disability awareness training for all personnel
  • Drop-off point for guests immediately outside main entrance
  • Effective lighting throughout attraction for visually impaired visitors
  • Flat route with no steps from parking area to entrance
  • Good colour/tonal contrast throughout attraction, eg doors contrast with floor/walls
  • Handrail by ramp
  • Handrail by steps
  • Hearing loop system available in appropriate areas, eg ticket counter
  • Information available in large print
  • Level access, ramp or lift to a public toilet
  • Level access, ramp or lift to a public toilet suitable for wheelchair users
  • Level access, ramp or lift to gift shop
  • Level access, ramp or lift to information point

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