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3 Tours and Tickets in Coventry | All Coventry Tours
Available from Saturday
Spend a morning or afternoon with cuddly alpacas—a fun tour for kids and animal lovers. First, listen and learn as your guide shares information about the animals you’ll soon meet. Then it’s time to hang out with the resident herd. Take photos, help with a feeding, take an alpaca for a walk around the property, and shop for hand-knitted alpaca accessories in the gift shop.
Save time and ensure a fuss-free visit—or multiple visits—to the Coventry Transport Museum by prebooking this annual ticket. With it, you can access the museum unlimited times for 365 days after purchase; letting you enjoy and delve further into the permanent and changing exhibitions through follow-up visits. See vintage bicycles and lorries; view the World Land Speed Record car, enjoy 3D simulators and family-friendly activities; and more.
Taking safety measures
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Available from Friday
Ever wondered what it would be like to fly a real plane? Enjoy the thrill of take-off and learn the art of landing a plane with this 1.5-hour jet simulator experience at Coventry Airport. After receiving expert instruction on how to fly the plane, hop aboard a Boeing 737, 747 or Airbus A320 for a 1-hour simulated flight, accompanied by a professional airline pilot instructor. Best of all: anyone over 12 can give it a go and as you won’t leave the ground, it’s completely risk-free!
Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
What are the best tours in Coventry?
The best tours in Coventry according to Viator travelers are:
- 2-Hour Alpaca Farm Experience in Kenilworth
- Annual Museum Admission
- Fly a Real Jet Simulator Around the World at Coventry Airport
What tours in Coventry are taking additional safety precautions?
What tours in Coventry are good for avoiding crowds?