Spon Street in Coventry is home to The Weaver's House - a terrace of six cottages dating all the way back to 1455!
This building was home to John Croke and his family. Croke was a narrow-loom weaver, and you visit this museum to learn all about how he and his family would have lived and worked.
Don't forget to explore the medieval garden at the back of the house too! It's full of plants that would have used for food, flavouring, medicine and use around the house.
The house is free to enter and is open on set days. Be sure to take a look at the website before going, as there are only a few days a year.
Concessions: Free entry