Be sure to check out these other places in Coventry which also have public Open Days. Sometimes they are on the same day as The Weaver’s House – how many can you visit? Please check individual sites for the latest info on opening times.
The Charterhouse Coventry
The Carthusian Priory of St Anne – a unique Grade 1 listed building and grounds, surrounded by parkland, just a mile and half from The Weaver’s House. Regular Open Days and exciting future plans.
The ruins of a 14th century castle in the village of Baginton just outside Coventry.
Coventry Watch Museum
Regularly opens to the public and often including the same days as The Weaver’s House. A few minutes walk away on Medieval Spon Street, it’s easy to visit both properties in one day.
Electric Railway Museum
Just near to the village of Baginton on the outskirts of Coventry, little more than a ten minute drive from The Weaver’s House, the museum holds monthly Open Days during the spring/summer.
St. John the Baptist Church
Of ‘Sent to Coventry’ fame, this medieval beauty is situated on Medieval Spon Street, a few minutes walk from us. It is usually open in the morning, ideal for visiting before The Weaver’s House.
Priory Visitor Centre
An essential visit for anyone interested in medieval Coventry, and with tranquil gardens too, right in the heart of the city.
A much more recent part of Coventry’s history, this former local newspaper HQ is due to be developed as a hotel so don’t miss the chance to explore it while you can. It’s also right in the city centre.