The Medieval remains of Kenilworth Abbey Chapter House and Cloister. The site is at the tennis courts in Abbey Fields.
The remains of Kenilworth Abbey Church which dates from the Medieval period. Excavation has uncovered the ground plan and evidence of burials within the church. The site is at the tennis courts in Abbey Fields.
The site of Stoneleigh Abbey, a Cistercian monastery that was founded during the Medieval period. Few traces of the abbey buildings survive above the ground except for the gatehouse. The site is located southwest of The National Agricultural Centre.
The site of Wolston Priory which was founded during the Medieval period. It is situated 600m north east of St Margaret's Church, Wolston.
The site of Alvecote Priory, a Benedictine priory of Medieval date. Ruins of the medieval building and the 18th century house built on the same site are still standing. It was situated 200m north east of Alvecote Grange (modern name).
A Roman Catholic church, convent and school that date to the Imperial period. They are marked on the the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. They are situated in Monks Kirby.
Trial trenching and geophysical survey found evidence of Medieval buildings, possibly associated with St. Mary's Priory, on the west side of Manor Court Road.
The site of the Medieval Chapter House at Nuneaton Priory, which has been excavated. The site lies east of Manor Court Road, Nuneaton.
The presumed area and boundary to Kenilworth Abbey during the medieval period. The site forms most of Abbey Fields and the park around the Abbey.
Excavations revealed evidence of Medieval buildi ngs associated with St Mary's Priory, Nuneaton. A pit containing medieval pottery was also recorded.