5 attractions to visit in Warwickshire
Here are 5 recommendations of VisitEngland accredited attractions to experience if you’re looking for things to do in the county of Warwickshire.
Home to the world’s largest collection of historic British cars, The British Motor Museum, welcomes visitors to explore the attraction and to the Collections Centre which houses the Restoration Workshop and over 200 cars from the museum’s reserve collection.
Located in the heart of Warwick, this 17th century landmark showcases how the shifting natural, built and human landscapes have shaped the county. Exhibits include the Sheldon Tapestry, Warwickshire Museum bear and dinosaur, Live Beehive and more. Why not also visit their family-friendly café and indulge in locally sourced cakes, teas and coffees?
Visitors to the Rugby Art Gallery and Museum will be inspired by the exciting exhibitions of contemporary and modern art and vibrant displays from the museum collections of Roman and local social history objects. With lots of activities for all ages to get hands on with art and history this is a perfect day out in a picturesque town in the West Midlands.
Draycote Water is a 650 acre reservoir set in the rolling Warwickshire countryside, which offers an ideal spot for birdwatching, picnics, walking, running, cycling or simply enjoying the Great British countryside. There is also a children’s play area, a restaurant, ice cream kiosk and fishery to enhance your visit.
The Cotswolds Distillery, a beautiful distillery in Stourton, produces a range of award-winning spirits including Cotswolds Dry Gin and Cotswolds Single Malt Whisky. The attraction runs three tours a day which allows you to see production in action, as well as casks maturing in the warehouse. Complete your visit by sampling the full range of spirits in the cosy tasting room. Book your tour at the distillery in advance here.