UK Travel Guide



Rugby in Warwickshire

Rugby is home to one of England's most revered public schools, the Rugby School, which was founded in 1567 under the conditions of an affluent London businessman born in Rugby. The present structures dates from the ninteenth century. when the town was well-known under the headmastership of Thomas Arnold. It is interesting to note that the sport of rugby football initiated at the school in 1823.
The new Rugby Art Gallery is home to a collection of paintings and drawings by renowned British artists including Sir Stanley Spencer, L.S.Lowry, Paula Rego, Barbara Hepworth, Bridget Riley and Lucian Freud.Another tourist attractions this town is famed for is the ten-acre Ryton Organic Gardens, They showcase a variety of fruits and vegetables, herbs, roses, plants, and shrubberies. A large preservation area is devoted to a wildflower meadow and lake, which helps create a backdrop setting for the garden. Other interesting features include a Country Living Magazine Organic Kitchen Garden, a living willow structure, and a bee garden.
Rugby, is a town of Warwickshire, where you will be sure to discover a town with a medieval marketplace, distinctive history, as well as Europe's most modern cement producing complex.