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Rugby is a market town located on the eastern edge of Warwickshire, a landlocked county in the West Midlands of England. It is 13 miles east of Coventry and 35 miles east of Birmingham. Rugby is home to approximately 72,500 residents making it the second largest town in Warwickshire after Nuneaton.
Rugby is known across the world as the birthplace of the common sport, rugby football. As recollection, the Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum is located near these new build homes in Rugby makes an educational day out for the family. Across the road from the museum is Rugby School, where you can receive guides tours and stand in the place the sport was born.
If you are looking for some culture, Rugby has a wide range of options available. The Rugby Theater is highly popular for amateur theater performances from classics to modern drama to big budget musicals. Moreover, Rugby Art Gallery & Museum has a wide range of exhibitions and collections, with regular educational activities and events to keep young children entertained.
Rugby has a quaint and charming town center. When it comes to shopping, it has a wide variety of stores to explore. Whether it is major high street shops or small independent boutiques you are looking for Rugby has plenty to offer.
Rugby’s location makes it accessible via road, rail or air. By road you can reach Rugby’s town center from junctions 18 and 20 of the M1 and from junction 1 of the M6. Alternatively, Rugby has access to an extensive rail network via Birmingham. The journey from Birmingham to Rugby via train is well under 30 minutes, from here you can reach many destinations throughout the country, including London (75 minutes), Reading (90 minutes), Bristol (75 minutes), Manchester (110 minutes), Leeds (2 hours) and Glasgow (4 hours 20).
If travelling internationally you can reach Birmingham International airport by train in under 30 minutes, alternatively London Luton airport is 55 miles away by car.