Rugby Art Gallery and Museum houses:The Rugby Collection of 20th Century British Art, which includes prints from artists such as Stanley Spencer, Bridget Riley, L. S. Lowry and Lucian Freud.The Tripontium Collection of Roman artefacts.A Social History Gallery which celebrates everyday life in the town over the past 200 years.A changing exhibition...more
At one time Rugby was renowned as the town in England with the most pubs within the square mile of the town centre. Many of the traditional pubs have now gone or have been revamped as corporate drinking places, however you can still find some pubs upholding the tradition of being a meeting place for locals to drink and chat and (now) smoke outside.more
Brownsover Road, East Police House, Rugby, Warwick
Good for: Couples
Central Park Drive, Central Park, Rugby, CV23 0WE, United Kingdom
Good for: Solo
Main Street, Rugby, CV23 0JA, GB
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Solo
Family restaurant that operates under the Table Table chain belonging to the Premier Inn Stable. The pub is modern, clean, the prices reasonable prices and the good food; my steak was cooked perfectly with some tasty chips. The young waitress was helpful and efficient.The restaurant is divided into several distinct areas with an adjoining lounge...more
Jan 2011 - Further update.This is now called "Vin Cinq Cafe" Though it aims at a French ambiance the menu isn't French, the food is very good. Has imaginative vegetarian dishes rarely found in French restaurants. This Rendezvous restaurant described by JohnScale below is now closed (2007) and has been replaced by a new Russian themed, up-market,...more
The original 16th century building consists of an award winning Restaurant and Traditional Bar serving ales, whilst the 3 AA Star Hotel is built into a modern up to date extension.The restaurant and bar area has many original features, including log fires, low beams and wattle and daub walls.email email@example.com Fresh Griddled...more
The Style Bar in Rugby is a great place to be if you are looking for a relaxing and well styled bar with tempting food and a good selection of drinks from Coffee to Cocktails. The atmosphere is chilled and sophisticated yet it is a vibrant and fun filled place to be.Monday to Thursday: 12:00 pm to MidnightFriday to Saturday: 12:00 pm to 3:00...more
3 Reviews and Opinions
Recently Rugby has started a serious parking régime. The area now known as the "Independent Quarter", Regent Street and Albert Street, is crawling with traffic wardens (usually in pairs). They give no mercy.
We bought a three hour car park ticket and were back within less than an hour having exhausted the beauties of Rugby.
Although car parking there is cheap you really do not need long unless you plan to shop, visit the rugby museums or walk round the place 3 or 4 times.
It is beautiful but there is not much to see.