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Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve - Things to Know Before Visiting

Brandon Marsh Nature Centre, Brandon Lane, Coventry CV3 3GW, UK

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About Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve

Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve is a 200-acre nature reserve which features a wide variety of large pools, bird hides, woodland walks and wildflower meadows. and it is a Site of Special Scientific Interest on the banks of the River Avon. The site is particularly important for birdlife, with a wide range of breeding and wintering birds—237 different species had been recorded up to the end of 2018. The reserve also supports a variety of mammals and insects, over 500 species of plant, and more than 5


Attractions Near Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve

Midland Air Museum
Midland Air Museum3.09km from Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve

The Midland Air Museum is one of the country's leading self-funded independent aviation museums. The museum includes the Sir Frank Whittle Jet Heritage Centre, where many exhibits are on display in a large hangar. It also has a small hangar, and a fenced-off green area where many aircraft are on display in the open. It welcomes visitors of all ages to experience the world of aviation in a friendly and informal environment.

Coombe Country Park
Coombe Country Park3.59km from Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve

Coombe Country Park is a country park located in Warwickshire, England. The park is only 4.5 miles east of Coventry city centre and is managed by Coventry City Council. The park has been developed from the grounds of an old Cistercian abbey, the buildings of which have now been converted into the Coombe Abbey hotel. The park now contains 500 acres of woodlands, formal gardens, arboretum, open grasslands and lake.

Ryton Pools Country Park
Ryton Pools Country Park3.62km from Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve

Ryton Pools Country Park is a country park one mile south west of the village of Ryton on Dunsmore in Warwickshire, England. The park occupies an area of about 100 acres and contains four pools, the largest of which covers approximately 10 acres . Professional park rangers are employed to look after the varied flora and fauna of the park as well as the general maintenance of pathways and buildings.

Lunt Roman Fort
Lunt Roman Fort4.25km from Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve

Lunt Roman Fort in Baginton was a Roman military camp created in around AD 60 or 61 to deal with the revolt of Boudica and/or its aftermath. It is open to the public and located in the village of Baginton on the south eastern outskirts of Coventry. The fort has now been fully excavated and partially reconstructed; the wooden gateway rebuild was led by archaeologist Margaret Rylatt, using the same tools and techniques that the military engineers of the Roman Army would have used.

Bagots Castle
Bagots Castle4.36km from Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve

Bagot's Castle is a 14th century castle in the village of Baginton, and a wonderful day out for all the family. The surviving ruin that can be seen is of a late 14th-century house, but it is not well known because of its location in an area of woodland on private land. No earthworks or ruins survive of the 12th-century motte and bailey.

Herbert Art Gallery & Museum
Herbert Art Gallery & Museum5.78km from Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve

Herbert Art Gallery & Museum is a museum, art gallery, records archive, learning centre, media studio and creative arts facility on Jordan Well, Coventry, England. It is the perfect place to delve into Coventry’s history and engage with art and culture. The permanent galleries range from the Visual Arts to Social and Industrial History, Archaeology and Natural History – there is something for every visitor.

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Warwickshire
Warwickshire
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Warwickshire is a county in the West Midlands region of England. The county town is Warwick, and the largest town is Nuneaton. The county is famous for being the birthplace of William Shakespeare at Stratford-upon-Avon and Victorian novelist George Eliot, at Nuneaton. It is a popular destination for international and domestic tourists to explore both medieval and more recent history.

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