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Culture Coventry offers inspiring and welcoming activities where the diverse communities of our city can explore and celebrate culture and identity. Building sustainable and authentic relationships with our audience and the people we work with...more
All reviews old masters lady godiva sensory room local history well worth a visit all ages school holidays quick visit interesting exhibits gift shop few hours coventry university rainy day couple of hours nice cafe free entry on display
The visit to the Gallery had to be brief but will definitely return. A good modern building, refreshing in a city full of blots on the landscape! The shop is very good - some fresh and original items on sale and the staff on the...More
The gallery is located centrally in the city and is very close to the cathedral. It's around 15 minutes on foot from the railway station.
There is currently an exhibition relating to the Waste Land by TS Eliot on display which runs until 18 November...More
The Herbert in Coventry is a museum that has a modern approach. Centrally located and easy to get to, I would say it is a "must see" when in Coventry. The exhibitions change, but there is always an interesting twist!
I am not sure how I managed this, but I was sent an invite to a private viewing of a new painting which had been loaned to the Herbert Art Gallery by the Courtauld Gallery in London. It was at a strange time so I...More
It is very close to the Cathedral and on the raining day I visited a chance to escape the rain!
It is clean, spacious and very interesting. I enjoy history and really enjoyed the history of Coventry exhibit on the ground floor.
I didn't have...More
My 9 years old son really enjoyed the Toys and games throughout ages exhibition. It was great that he could play with some of the toys eg. Lego or old game consoles. We also went around the rest of the gallery and stopped for longer...More