The Lunt, a fort that was rebuilt several times throughout the Roman period. During an excavation the remains of defensive ramparts from the fourth phase of the fort's occupation were found. It is situated north of Coventry Road, Baginton.
The remains of a small Post Medieval gatehouse spanning the south arm of Whitacre Hall Moat. The gatehouse and the moat are situated at Whitacre Hall.
The gatehouse of the Church of St Mary which dates to the Imperial period. It is located 250m south west of Abbey Farm.
The remains of the gatehouse of Maxtoke Castle which was built during the Medieval period. It is situated 1km east of Castle Farm.
The outer gatehouse of Maxstoke Priory which is Medieval in date. It is situated 100m north west of the church at Maxtoke.
Orton Lodge, a house built during the Post Medieval and Imperial periods, is situated on Old Church Lane, Water Orton.
The Lunt, a fort that was rebuilt several times throughout the Roman period. During an excavation the remains of defensive ramparts, a gatehouse and other buildings were found from the third phase of the fort's occupation. It is situated north of Coventry Road, Baginton.
An archaeological excavation on either side of the Fosse Way exposed the cobbled foundations of the north gatehouse and evidence of two periods of occupation associated with Chesterton Roman Camp.
The site of the deer keeper's lodge dating to the Post Medieval period. It is associated with Honington Hall and is and located 800m north of Honington. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886.
East Lodge which was built during the Imperial period. The lodge is marked on a map of 1778. It is situated on Coventry Road, east of Combe Abbey.