Although not the actual museum, we spent a day on a tour around the school with a friend who was a student there until late June of this year. Parts of the school grounds are open to the public and certainly worth a visit. Rugby itself is steeped in history, sports fans will find plenty of history in and around the town, especially as it is the birthplace of Rugby Football. The countryside around Rugby is magnificent and the town is in easy reach of Coventry, Leamington, Warwick, Nuneaton etc. etc. Well worth a visit, but give yourself time to soak it up.
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