Rugby School Tours and Museum

Rugby School Tours and Museum
Rugby School
CV22 5EH




General Enquiries

01788 556169

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Steeped in fascinating history and positively crammed with old world charm, a tour of Rugby School and its museum is not to be missed. Top of many international visitors’ ‘must–see’ venues in the UK, the impressive school buildings and hallowed rugby ground alone never fail to impress. In fact, there’s so much to see, a tour of the school’s highlights takes an hour and-a half with one of the knowledgeable and enthusiastic guides.

The scene is set with a wander round the charming museum, home to a wealth of carefully displayed Rugby School artefacts and information. Step inside the former coach house and experience the nostalgia of school days dating back to the 18th century, complete with top hats, birching stool and cane. Discover the lives of famous past pupils, from poet Rupert Brooke to the author Lewis Carroll, whose Alice in Wonderland adventures are still enthralling the pupils of today.

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Opening hours

The ‘drop-in’ tour currently operates at 2pm on Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays. We would, however, always advise a quick call to the Shop to ensure the tour is going ahead.

Tours can also be tailor made for specific groups, with timings kept as flexible as possible

Admission charges

Adults: £5.95
Concessions: £3.95