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Visited today with my son as part of the Heritage Open days. It's a fascinating visit. The volunteers are really friendly and extremely knowledgeable.
It's a very small venue in an unassuming road near Coventry City Centre. We parked in a nearby car park and...More
I took my son and daughter to an open day with their scout group (twice).
They loved it.
I lived in the area 30+ years ago and try as I might can't remember if Moira's wet fish was still open? It's still an iconic memory...More
If you like historical buildings this an interesting visit.
This was quite a find. Small (because that is what it was like in its day), so 30 minutes is probably enough time. Do check opening hours as it is run by volunteers. It also has...More
We visited as a small group and had arranged a guided tour in advance, which was free and really brought the house and its medieval occupants to life. A wonderful restoration of a vital piece of English social history that was almost lost, many thanks...More
Went to see exhibition of War Quilts in June 2018. Never been in the building before but was totally charmed by its historic place in the city & wondered why I had not been before. Maybe because it not with the other old buildings which...More
Of quilts ,vintage quilts from American civil war ,Boxer campaign aswell new ones for the WW1 .IThe weavers house is a gem ,which shows the history of coventry .
I overhead someone telling a younger relative that some of the features were in her great...More
This little house is worth a quick half hour visit if it’s open “ check with the local tourist office” it’s near the watch makes museum in lower Spon street. Ps get a real ale or cider in the old windmill pub, Ma browns to...More
We attended the open day on Saturday. We’ve lived in North Warwickshire for 18 years and did not know about this place until we googled what was on in the area on that day - I’m really glad we did that as we really enjoyed...More
I went to The Weaver’s House last summer and have been 2 or 3 times since. It’s a wonderful historical place to visit either on your own or with family/friends. You receive a very warm welcome and can pick up literature for a donation.