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Leamington Spa Visitor information

You will find many interesting shops and boutiques in the Regency Town, plus an indoor shopping Centre called The Royal Priors. There is also an out of Town retail park called Leamington Shopping Park. 

There are many pubs, Restaurants and bars in the Town Centre to choose from, around 60! 

Why not hire a boat or canoe from ‘’Leam Boat Centre’’ to go down the River Leam at your own pace and enjoy the beautiful surroundings and views. Or take a walk down the River Leam instead and follow the heritage Elephant trail.  

You can browse around the interesting exhibitions that are at the Royal Pump Rooms Art Gallery and Museum, where you can learn about the history and discover its unique collection of decorative art. 

Take a stroll in Jephson Gardens which is easily walkable from the Leamington Spa Station and explore the beautiful outdoors and fascinating plants from around the world in the Glasshouse! 


The closest Airports to Leamington Spa are Coventry Airport just 20 minutes away by car, and Birmingham airport just 30 minutes away by car. 

All areas of Leamington Spa are easily accessed by walking and doesn’t take long at all, making it the perfect way to explore and appreciate the incredible architecture. 

If you are travelling by car, there are many affordable car parks with spaces available in car parks and on the street. 

Regular bus services run from the town Centre bus station throughout the town and to surrounding areas. 

The Train Station located on Old Warwick Road and is a short walk from the town Centre, there are many direct trains you can get to local areas such as: 

  • Coventry in 11 minutes
  • Birmingham in 25 minutes 
  • London Marylebone in 1 hour and 15 minutes 

History of Leamington Spa

Leamington Spa is an attractive spa town known for its fine regency architecture and parks. 

Leamington Spa was once known as Leamington Priors and was a small village until around 1800. In 1784 the village rediscovered its saline springs and started to build baths around some of them. In the 18th century it grew into a spa town due to the popularization of its water which was thought to have medicinal qualities. 

The old Village of Leamington Priors laid on the southern bank of the River Leam, during the 19th Century it was developed and expanded to the north of the River, resulting in the River Leam flowing in between the Old & New town. 

In 1840 the construction of the Victoria Bridge was finished, connecting both towns and replacing the old bridge. 

In 1814 the Royal Pump Rooms and Bath were opened, attracting many wealthy and famous families expecting cures by bathing in the pools. Due to the population there were many Georgian Townhouses being built to accommodate, and the Town Hall was built in 1830.

In 1940 the bombings during World War II moved the town’s statue of Queen Victoria only 1 inch on its plinth, there is a plaque stating this. 

There is a legend that Samuel Lockhart, a famous elephant trainer, had bought his Heighler’s Equestrian Circus to Leamington Spa in 1850. During his stay, he used to walk the elephants through the town, and down to the River Leam so they could bathe and wash. There are many areas named after its most famous group of Elephants ‘’The Three Graces’’. 

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