The birthplace of rugby, this beautiful Warwickshire market town is situated pretty much in the heart of England.
And we've got the lowdown on the best things to do this week.
Peter Rabbit Mischief And Mayhem
Peter Rabbit hops, skips and jumps off the page in an interactive exhibition about Beatrix Potter's most famous character which also reveals her shrewd development of Peter Rabbit as a lovable brand.
World Rugby Hall Of Fame
Take a journey through time using the latest interactive technology, video archive and historical memorabilia to learn more about the history and values that unite world rugby. Guided tours are available daily.
Located in the suburbs of Rugby, the busiest flight of locks in the country is run by volunteers from the Canal & River Trust and in 2018 won a Rugby In Bloom Gold Award.
- Tourist Attraction
The Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum
Housed inside the former workshop where William Gilbert manufactured the first rugby balls, the museum houses a unique collection of rugby artefacts and memorabilia, charting the history and development of the game.
St Andrew's Church
Located at the heart of the town centre, the picturesque church is renowned for its series of striking stained glass windows and vibrant community life.
Swift Valley Nature Reserve
The reserve boasts hedgerows, woodland and wetland adjacent to the River Swift and a disused canal, and boasts many species of nesting water birds. Highland cows are also in residence.
- Nature Reserve
- Family Event
Cock Robin Wood
Managed by Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, the site features over nine acres of newly established broadleaf woodland around a large pond which is home to many species of birds and aquatic life.
Rugby School Tours & Museum
A one-and-a-half-hour tour includes the Butterfield-designed Main Chapel, scenes described in Thomas Hughes's Rugby-set novel Tom Brown's Schooldays, and ancient rugby memorabilia.
- Guided Tour
This species-rich hay meadow, along with the adjoining Dunchurch meadow, is the finest patch of unimproved grassland to be found in Warwickshire today. Ridge and furrow markings hint at ancient origins.
- Nature Reserve