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A market town on the River Avon, Rugby is located in Warwickshire and has a population of over 70,000. As well as often being credited as the birthplace of Rugby football, the town is also home to the famous Rugby School.

Culture in Rugby

Rugby School Museum will be of keen interest to any rugby aficionados out there, as it tells the story of the beginnings of Rugby Union as we know it today. Rugby Theatre, owned by an amateur society which puts on ten live shows each year to a 313-seat audience, is the place to head for modern plays, mainstream musicals and classic dramas. Rugby Art Gallery & Museum, on the other hand, always makes for a fun and interesting day out for people of all ages.

Things to do in Rugby

Other than its obvious links to rugby – and the tourism and interest this generates – there are plenty of other things to keep locals and visitors entertained. The Adventure Zone Soft Play and Party will delight kids of a certain age, as will Draycote Water Country Park. Clock Towers Shopping Centre has a wide range of high-street chain stores and restaurants, while Caldecott Park is just one example of the fantastic green space in and around the town centre.

To get yourself acquainted with the town and its rich heritage, follow the Pathway of Fame – 50 bronze plaques set into the pavement celebrating iconic figures from the world of rugby. The Blue Plaque Trail, on the other hand, celebrates Rugby’s most famous people, events and buildings.

Student Life in Rugby

Coventry University is a 25 minute train journey away, making Rugby an ideal location for students looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. A wide array of bars, restaurants and cafés – plus the excellent local amenities – will keep students entertained. Plus, of course, the associations with rugby will have considerable appeal to many.

Buying in Rugby

Rugby’s handy location, close by to Coventry, Birmingham and Leicester, make it ideal for commuters. Buying in Rugby certainly won’t crush your bank balance and you’re likely to get plenty of bang for your buck. As well as first-time buyers and families, buy-to-let investors will be casting a keen eye over Rugby. Its famous name and famous public school give it significant kudos.