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Sugnall Walled Garden

Sugnall walled kitchen garden makes its own jams, chutneys, soup, etc. Several venues for events and facilities for groups and school parties. Offers snowdrop walks in February, bluebell walks in May, and Easter to end September access to the garden (£2). Access to tea room, shop, and plant sales is free. Monthly Farmers Markets on the second Sunday.

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Sunnycroft is a typical, small suburban gentleman's residence from the late-Victorian era.


Tamworth Castle

900 Years of History and a Great Day Out A visit to Tamworth Castle takes you back in time and offers a perfect blend of fascinating history, regular live entertainment events and a stunningly complete building.

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Telford Steam Railway

Telford Steam Railway is based at ""Horsehay and Dawley"" station and goods yard in Telford, the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution.

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The Almonry Heritage Centre

The 14th century house has 12 rooms of exhibits from 2000 years of Evesham history and pleasant gardens to the rear.


The Collegiate Church of St Mary's, Warwick

St Mary’s Church is an historic landmark, tourist attraction and busy parish church which is set in the ancient town of Warwick. People have worshiped on this site for over 1,000 years and our present building is one of the largest and most interesting churches in Britain. We are open every day of the year (apart from Good Friday and Christmas Day) and welcome a large number of visitors from across the world.

The Commandery

The Commandery

A glorious Grade I listed building dating back to the 12th century. The Commandery has a long and varied history.

The Dudson Museum

The Dudson Museum

Discover the 200 year history of the oldest surviving family business in the ceramic tableware industry. Explore the original Dudson factory courtyard and bottle oven, housing a wonderful collection of Dudson pottery.

The Electric Cinema

The Electric Cinema

The oldest working cinema in the UK, first opened on December 30th 1909. The building is now home to luxury sofa seating, waiter service and a full bar. Programme details and times are now available on our website -

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The Fleece Inn

The Fleece Inn

The Quintessential English Pub, owned by the National Trust and run with a love of tradition. Good Pub Guide Country Pub of the Year 2016