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Coventry (VIC) - St Michael's Tower

Coventry (VIC) - St Michael's Tower

The city centre Visitor Information Centre is located within the tower of St Michael's Cathedral ruins

Coughton Court

Coughton Court

Celebrate 600 years of the Throckmorton family at Coughton Court. Explore the historic house that witnessed Gunpowder plotters, priest holes and Catholic intrigues. Also, walled gardens, restaurant and plant sales centre.

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Compton Verney

Award-winning family-friendly art gallery housed in a Grade I listed Georgian mansion. Explore art from around the world and relax in 'Capability' Brown parkland.

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Clun Castle

The dramatic riverside ruins and extensive earthworks of a Welsh Border Norman Castle, it's tall keep unusually set on the side of it's mound.

Christchurch Spire

Christchurch Spire

One of Coventry's three famous spires.

Christ Church

Christ Church

A remarkable 20th Century church built on a completely different site to its mediaeval predecessor.

Chillington Hall

Chillington Hall

The present house was built during the 18th Century by Francis Smith and John Soane and the landscape park was designed by 'Capability' Brown. The house is available for civil weddings,receptions and corporate entertainment.

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Chedham's Yard

Discover this secret Wheelwrights, Blacksmiths and much more… Chedham’s Yard is a prize-winning heritage site. It has recently been restored and is now open to the public on a pre-booked basis. Hidden away in Wellesbourne in Warwickshire it is a well-kept secret - a blacksmith’s and wheelwright’s workshop dating from the early 19th century. The Yard was run by five generations of the Chedham family, the last of whom, Bill Chedham recently passed away. The Yard is crammed with tools, equipment and items made on site along with the materials to make them. The Yard has been restored with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and BBC Restoration after it beat churches, chapels and a gallery to win the BBC Restoration Village television programme in 2006.

Cheddleton Flint Mill

Twin waterwheels, milling equipment for stone, flints, glazes for pottery industry, Robey 100hp steam engine and narrow boat 'Vienna'. Miller's Cottage.

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Buildwas Abbey

Builwas abbey is located along the banks of the river Severn, about 2 miles west of Ironbridge.