Rugby Tourism

Welcome to the Rugby Tourism website

Welcome to Rubgy, Warwickshire birthplace of rugby football and historic market town.

Rugby is a historic market town located in Warwickshire in the heart of England, as you may well know it is the birthplace of rugby football which is of course named after the town in which it was invented when William Web Ellis broke the rules at Rugby school in 1823 whilst playing football. Rugby has a lot to offer whether you are on a flying visit or stopping by for an extended break.

Great things to do in Rugby

There is no shortage of great things to do in Rugby why not pay Rugby school a visit and take in the sights of the birthplace of rubgy football you could also visit Webb Ellis rugby football museum which is just down the road in the town centre it boasts a massive amount of rugby memorabilia which is a must see for any rugby fan. If you like your museums and art galleries then you are in luck as Rugby boasts an impressive art gallery and museum, located in the centre of the town Rugby art gallery and museum amongst it's array of attractions boasts many historic items of local interest so is well worth a visit.