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Best things to do in Warwickshire

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Store
“Closest & prettiest castle from here. Good for a Sunday walk and lunch in the pub near by afterwards.. ”
14 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“This is a great day out if you like shopping! Retail outlets such as Nike, Next, The Body Shop, Levi’s, Vans, Sketchers etc plus loads of places to eat such as TGI Fridays, Las Iguanas, Miller & Carter and even a few bars to enjoy like Skyline!”
18 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
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“Snowshill Manor is a Cotswold manor house packed with extraordinary treasures collected over a life time by Charles Wade. The building dates back to the 1400s. Entry is about £12 (free for National Trust members). There is a reduced entry fee if you only want to visit the gardens.”
27 locals recommend
Point of Interest
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“If I find a spare moment this is a great place to stop and lose yourself. The gardens are a joy at any time of year, children love playing hide and seek. There is also a tennis court with racket and balls for a fun knock around. Usual National Trust Tea Room. Can be very busy on Bank Holidays ”
21 locals recommend
Park
“Beautiful formal gardens. Every tree is different from the next. The water feature is amazing.”
16 locals recommend
Premise
“Birmingham New Street is the largest and busiest of the three main railway stations in the Birmingham City Centre, England. It is a central hub of the British railway system.”
9 locals recommend
Route
“Built around the historic canals of the city, Brindleyplace is an established landmark which attracts visitors from all over the world to explore the canal network. Book a barge and enjoy a boat trip to get the full experience.”
21 locals recommend
Park
“Just 50m down the road, a great spot for a walk or exercise or to entertain the kids. There's mini golf, a cafe and cinema withing the MAC centre int eh centre of the park and failry often a fairground for kids of all sizes.”
20 locals recommend
Museum
“The museum that houses the largest collection of British-made road transport held in public ownership is located in Coventry because the city was previously the centre of the British car industry and the birthplace of the bicycle. The self-guided tour takes up to 1.5h, and there is an option to try a 4D Land Speed Record Simulator! Admission: £7.00 -Junior (5-16 years), £14.00 - Adult (valid all year round) ”
15 locals recommend
Park
“Cannon Hill Park is a park located in south Birmingham, England. It is the most popular park in the city, covering 250 acres consisting of formal, conservation, woodland and sports areas. Recreational activities at the park include boating, fishing, bowls, tennis, putting and picnic areas”
14 locals recommend
Park
“Ideal day out for the family. See bournville's heritage of chocolate making in action. ”
25 locals recommend
Art Museum
“They change the exhibits quite often which is good so there is always something a bit different to see”
16 locals recommend
Theatre
“Home to Birmingham Royal Ballet and DanceXchange - Great for entertainment if you are into Musicals”
11 locals recommend
Park
“Large adventure playground with 12 rides based on Thomas the Tank Engine, indoor play, zoo and parklands. Great for day out with kids and adults. Some good thrill rides too.”
19 locals recommend
Neighbourhood
“A personal favourite of ours. Lots of trendy bars can be found there these days and there's a museum . You will also find lots of jewellery shops - lots of them!”
18 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“The Bullring has a huge array of shops, restaurants and many outlets to visit. One of the most popular places in Birmingham or even the UK. The Bull Ring Birmingham is a major commercial area of central Birmingham. It has been an important feature of Birmingham since the Middle Ages, when its market was first held. Selfridges at the Bullring is covered with a dramatic "skin" made up of 15,000 spun aluminium disks. The Bronze Bull situated in the square at the base of Rotunda is two and a half life-sized and weighs 5 Tonnes. Over 8,000 jobs were created within the new Bullring. There are over 140 shops and kiosks within Bullring.”
12 locals recommend