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Investigate the natural world, modern art, and the Old Masters. Wander through dazzling interactive displays, and enjoy the latest exhibitions while admiring the building’s unique architecture. As well as the art gallery’s ever-changing displays...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 couple of hours rainy day nice cafe free entry on display
The ground floor of this museum is a history museum that is very kid-friendly. Many hands-on, fun activities are set up. This history is very interesting for adults, but interactive enough for kids. Upstairs is the art section that always has special exhibits. Check those...More
Lovely Museum with helpful and friendly staff. The cumbersome loom machine was fascinating to produce medal ribbons. The Victorian moustache cup did make us chuckle😊Loved the mother and children monument by Gary Galpin. Excellent gift shop😊
I was really impressed by this Gallery and museum. The Anselm Kiefer exhibition was thought provoking in the extreme. The displays were well laid out and well lit and exhibited. My only regret was not allowing enough time in our day to fully explore. A...More
We visit Coventry frequently but had never ventured in to the University quarter. Yesterday we were with friends and what a find. How lovely to discover somewhere that is free! Lovely interactive displays, the story of Lady Godiva, the history of Coventry and beautiful arts....More
A great place not to miss if you are visiting the city and if you are more local has excellent workshops which are great value for money. Just had a super day on the Lino print workshop with the brilliant tutor Adie Blundell. Will definitely...More
Visited to attend a synth music demo. Interesting music though quite loud and would have been quite alarming for those not expecting the event to be on. The art gallery and museum are always a pleasure to visit with plenty to see for all ages.
Went primarily to see the Cezanne they had on exhibition. It was terrific and every thing I thought it would be. In addition there were several other exhibitions to see which I did not expect and one was a Turner, my favourite artist. Well worth...More
I found this gallery by chance and decided to visit it, little did I know that I would be so much interested and excited! They gallery is free for everyone and you can donate something if you wish! Easily accessible since it is situated near...More
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