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Our multi awatd winning museum celebrates music from Coventry and Warwickshire in all its forms. Not just 2-Tone. From Delia Derbyshire to King, from The Specials to The Enemy, Hazel O'Connor, The Primitives and even the famous John Lennon Yoko Ono...more
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7 The Courtyard 74-80 Walsgrave Road | Unit 3, The 2-Tone Village Courtyard, Rear of 74-80 Walsgrave Road, Coventry CV2 4ED, England
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After paying a reasonable £3 per person entrance charge we enjoyed a look around this great little museum packed with all sorts of memorabilia celebrating the local music history, including the success of 2 Tone Records and other labels and artists. Loved sitting in The...More
The museum manages to pack in a lot of exhibits into a small space, though as someone with a limited knowledge of Coventry music, a fair number did not mean a lot to me. The volunteers are numerous and very enthusiastic, wanting to chat with...More
We visited Two tone village as we both love the Ska and two tone scene , well a general love of music really , it’s easy enough to find and we parked just around the corner which was handy as it was pouring with rain...More
What a fantastic place, so much to read and learn about all genres of music from Coventry. The gift shops are well stocked with all sorts of memorabilia and well priced . The cafe is good too great good at a great price . Would...More
This place is absolutely amazing, packed floor to ceiling with fantastic exhibits lovingly put together, the recorded interview with Jerry Dammers played is great and all for only £3 but what really did it for me was the friendly and knowledgeable volunteers who made my...More
Spent a great time at this small, museum which is packed with music memorabilia particularly,but not exclusively the 50s onwards. There are also machines and information relating to the creator of the Iconic Dr Who theme tune, and the opportunity to sit in the car...More
There is no greater testament to the culture of Coventry than its music, and this wonderful museum is a fun, engaging and informative shrine to the city's musical history.
Put together with oodles of care, the quality of the collection is astounding - benefitting from...More
We were in Meridan and were tipped off about this hidden gem so decided to pay it a visit on the way home.
This isn’t your usual museum, firstly it’s run by some very friendly / enthusiastic people, and secondly it’s very hands on !...More
Date of experience: March 2019
Godiva12, Director Curator at The Coventry Music Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Oh wow! What a great review, so well written, can't wait to welcome you back.
Response from chocolina25 | Reviewed this property |
As another Traveller says, there's a car park in Clay Lane. Also in the side streets, if you drive up Marlborough Rd from Binley Rd, the Museum is at the top of that road on the right hand side. You might be lucky and find... More
As another Traveller says, there's a car park in Clay Lane. Also in the side streets, if you drive up Marlborough Rd from Binley Rd, the Museum is at the top of that road on the right hand side. You might be lucky and find a space but do check for any restrictions.
You will love the Museum!
Response from Godiva12 | Property representative |
Sadly not very..we have a stairclimer for access to the main museum as it's up a flight of stairs. but users must transfer to use it. plus are skilled operators are unable to use it due to injury. very sorry. Peter