Plan your trip
Start at Nuneaton Station and take a 10 minute stroll to the Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery, set in Riversley Park, to discover more about George Eliot. There are activities to engage the children and a tearoom to stock up on essentials for the journey.
At the station, pop in to Art Alert to see their latest exhibition and find out what courses they’re running.
A short hop to Coventry, where you can enjoy all the amazing events and exhibitions run by the Coventry City of Culture Trust. For an eclectic shopping experience at creative and independent businesses, head to Fargo Village, where you can also get a tasty bite to eat.
Kenilworth is home to the English Heritage-owned Kenilworth Castle and it’s well worth spending a few hours discovering the fascinating history of this castle, before taking a slow meander back down the High Street to the station.
Royal Leamington Spa is the final stop on this line. Home to beautiful green spaces such as the Pump Room Gardens and Jephson Gardens and the fantastic station gardens created by the Friends of Leamington Station, Leamington is spoilt for choice with places to eat and shop and amble. Most of the major chain stores have units in the town and there is a host of quirky, independent shops to explore. For a different view of the town, follow Brink’s Street Art Tour Map – For more information contact them using their Facebook page.