Rugby in Warwickshire - whether you live here or are visiting the area, you will find plenty to see and do
Rugby is the ideal centre for a break in the Heart of England
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Unique attractions - birthplace of Rugby Football, Guided Tours of Rugby School, the Rugby Football Museum, Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
Excellent transport links - by car, train or canal boat, and less than 30 minutes from Birmingham International Airport
Regional Britain in Bloom winner in 1999 and 2000, runners-up in 2001 and 2002. Gold certificate in 2004! Gold medal in the large town/small city category in 2006
Other places on the doorstep - Stratford upon Avon, Warwick Castle, Coventry Cathedral, National Space Centre
Rugby has much to offer and full details of places to visit and accommodation are available from
New figures just released show that Rugby is increasing its appeal as a visitor destination. In 2002 Rugby received 2.2 million visitors, spending a total of £92 million. They spent three and a half hours on average in the Borough. Rugby Tourism sees this as part of a growing trend and is committed to improving the quality of the visitor experience.
Its Members consist of hotels, bed & breakfast establishments, restaurants and cafés, attractions, retail outlets, other businesses and interested individuals in the Borough of Rugby, situated in Warwickshire in the Heart of England.
We hope that you will join Rugby Tourism. You will receive personal service and be part of an organisation that actively represents the local tourist industry.