Visiting  The Riley Archives 

Satellite  Navigation:St Nicholas St, Coventry CV1 4LY

Parking; This is at the  car park is at the top of the hill on the approach via Leicester Road and is £1 an hour. There is a footbridge part way down the hill with a cut through to the end of the canal basin shops and businesses

Disability Access: There is one dedicated car parking space  to the  back door of the premises meaning disabled access is possible if informed in advance.

Refreshments/Facilities: There is a Polish deli a few steps away for  refreshments! It is also close to Ikea for reasonable cost lunchesor one of the many pubs or cafes.

Nearby Visits: Coventry Transport Museum (Millennium Place, Hales St, Coventry CV1 1JD) is FREE and holds the Motor Bi, Tricar and an early car (very nearby and pedestrian access is simple). The Herbert Gallery & Museum (Jordan Well, Coventry CV1 5QP) will hold the Percy Replica car until the archives has the space to allow the display of more items.

 This is a tiny building so Percy's replica car, will initially be on display in the Herbert Museum and Gallery with engines and exhibits at the basin  allowing  the rest to be collated, digitised and sorted ie baby steps due to financial constraints. It is intended to be open by Autumn for at least two days a week to start with  and will be announced properly with a press release etc.