Coventry Cathedral


Coventry Cathedral is a place where splendid medieval history meets modern architecture to stunning and poignant effect.

Explore the Ruined Cathedral, destroyed in the Coventry Blitz during WW2, standing proudly alongside the magnificent ‘casket of jewels’, the iconic ‘New’ Cathedral. The New Cathedral features works by some of the greatest artists of the 1950s and 60s. Internationally recognised as a beacon of hope, Coventry Cathedral embodies a spirit of peace and reconciliation in a truly breath-taking setting. T

Tower Climb - Reopening from the 17th June!

Climb the Cathedral Tower for the best view in Coventry!180 steps to magnificent views of Coventry and the surrounding area. Once you’ve climbed all 180 plus steps and taken in the magnificent views, why not treat yourself to a little something from the Tower Gift Shop? We’ve a range of Blitz themed items, retro toys, sweets, general Cathedral souvenirs, and even a squirrel shaped item or two!

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Blitz Museum

Explore what life was like in wartime Coventry...Transport yourself back to 1940's Coventry in our Blitz Museum.

Reopening from the 18th June!

Located in the corner of the Cathedral Ruins, the Blitz Museum is a treasure trove of 1940's memorabilia and artefacts. Visitors will learn more about the Coventry Blitz on 1940 in our period school room, and will then travel through a typical house of the time and learn more about life in this era from one of our friendly and knowledgeable volunteers.

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Address: Priory St, Coventry CV1 5FB