Best Accessible Attraction To Visit
The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum has been featured by Age UK as one of the best accessible attractions to visit in Coventry.
From learning about the legend of Lady Godiva to visiting family-friendly museums, there is so much to do in Coventry, and this is why it’s a great destination for a weekend break.
The future for Coventry looks bright as it will become the European City of Sport in 2019 and the UK City of Culture in 2021, demonstrating just how the city offers something for everyone with its rich history and an abundance of culture and arts.
The Herbert Art Gallery & Museum is the perfect place to delve into Coventry’s history and engage with art and culture.
Investigate the natural world, modern art, and the Old Masters. Wander through dazzling interactive displays and enjoy the latest exhibitions while admiring the building’s unique architecture.
As well as the art gallery’s ever-changing displays, the Herbert offers a wide range of detailed talks, fantastic events and inventive workshops for adults and families.
A spokesperson from the museum, says: “Our permanent galleries range from the Visual Arts, to Social and Industrial History, Archaeology and Natural History, there is something for every visitor. The Herbert is also home to Coventry Archives, the city’s destination for historical documents, photographs, maps and archival materials”
The Herbert is accessible to all, providing ramps, elevators, interactive objects and experiences, as well as disabled bathrooms throughout.
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