The Church of St Peter which was founded as a minster during the Early Medieval period. Alterations were made to the church in the Medieval and Post Medieval periods. It is situated on Stratford Road, Wootton Wawen.
Baginton Mill, a watermill that dates back to the Medieval period. It continued to be used through to the Imperial period. It is situated 100m east of Baginton Bridge. Some of the mill buildings are still standing, whilst other remains are visible as earthworks.
The Church of St Mary dating to the Medieval period. Parts of the church were restored in subsequent periods. It is situated 600m south west of the cricket ground, Lapworth.
The site of Washford Mill, a watermill. There is documentary evidence for mills in Studley from the Medieval period onwards. The mill buildings and the mill house have now been converted to a hotel, with the waterwheel restored. It is located 100m west of Icknield Street Drive.
The Church of St Editha, originally built in the Medieval period. It was largely rebuilt during the 14th century. The church is situated 175m west of the Post Office, Monks Kirby.
The remains of Wroxall Priory, a nunnery founded in the Medieval period. The remains of two buildings exist on the site; the refectory or dining room; and the chapter house, where the nuns met to carry out business transactions. The site is 700m southwest of Wroxall Village.
Ashorne Hill House, the successor to Ashorne Hill Farm. It was built during the Imperial period and is located 200m north of Ashorne Hill.
Biggin Mill, a watermill that dates back to the Medieval period. It continued to be used until the Imperial period. The mill building is still standing and is situated 400m south east of Newton.
The Church of St Lawrence which dates back to the Medieval period. Alterations were made to the building during the Post Medieval and Imperial periods. The church is located in Oxhill.
Phase three of the building of Kenilworth castle included the Great Hall with cellars below, the 'Strong Tower' which housed the treasury, and the 'Saintlow Tower'. This phase of building began in about 1391 and continued into the 1570s.