Why you should bring your event to Coventry in 2022

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2022 brings a fresh round of developments and experiences, with more reasons than ever to bring your meeting or event to Coventry and Warwickshire. Here are just some of them.

Central location

Coventry and Warwickshire offer the ideal central location for your next meeting or event. Located right at the heart of England, the area is easily accessible by road, rail or air.

Coventry rail station is one of the fastest-growing stations outside London and currently undergoing significant transformation. A new footbridge is being created alongside improvements to the existing platform canopies and work on the second station building with shops, multi-storey car park and the ticket office, as well as a bus interchange, has recently been completed; you can read more here.

As part of the preparations for our City of Culture year, the city has undergone significant changes to the public realm. Improvements have been made to public spaces, enhancing our infrastructure in the lead-up to our year in the spotlight. All these changes have made Coventry better accessible, easier to navigate and improve more run-down areas, all of which we hope will significantly enhance the visitor experience.

Extend your stay

Coventry and its surrounding region have a great deal to offer in extension to your business visit to the area. Filled to the brim with exciting museums, heritage attractions, places to eat and unique places to stay, you’ll be spoilt for choice when visiting the region.

Why not try out Coventry’s brand-new waterpark, The Wave? Located at the heart of Coventry city centre, the multi-million-pound facility is packed with six high-octane slides, gym and spa.

Rich in arts and culture, the region is home to several theatres including Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre, the Warwick Arts Centre and Stratford’s RSC to name a few.

Nearby museums are home to permanent galleries and host touring exhibitions throughout the year. The Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, the Midland Air Museum, Coventry Transport Museum and the Coventry Music Museum are just a few local to the city which offer a wealth of engaging and fascinating experiences. Across Warwickshire are entertaining family attractions which include the world-famous Warwick Castle, Shakespeare’s Birthplace and The MAD Museum, all of which will ensure entertainment and education in equal measure.    

Looking forward

In addition to our City of Culture year, Coventry will host rugby sevens, judo and wrestling at the Commonwealth Games 2022. The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games will be held in venues across Birmingham and the West Midlands from 27 July until 7 August 2022 and will be a once in a lifetime opportunity to put the city on the map and to showcase the fantastic venues and facilities available in the region!

If you’d like to hear more about what Coventry has to offer and what is coming in the near future, please contact our expert team today.

Published: 9th February 2022