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.
Journeys To Home
Contemporary prints by region artists inspired by the Redding Collection of photographic glass negatives capturing Rugby life in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.
Rugby Festival Of Culture 2018: Rural Rugby
Objects from the Museum's social history collection reflecting rural life in the Borough as well as farm tools on loan from Marton Museum Of Country Bygones.
Live Jazz In The Horseshoes Bar
Saxophonist Ian Hill and guest artists from around the Midlands perform contemporary jazz.
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
Marton Museum Of Country Bygones
The museum houses items reflecting Warwickshire rural life, allowing you to immerse yourself in 200 years of agricultural history in the area.
Pathway Of Fame
The Pathway of Fame, available from the tourist centre, is a unique guide around the town of Rugby, which celebrates the history of the game and commemorates some of its most notable players and events
- Tourist Attraction
- Rugby Union
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.
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
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.