Get ready to fall in love with Coventry, its stories, its people. This is a taxi journey like no other.
Experience the city like never before, by way of Coventry’s own 2-Tone electric taxi. This interactive tour led by actor Paul Nolan and taxi driver ‘The Fantastic Faisal Riaz’ explores the history, the culture and the people of this city through music and storytelling.
Book your seat on the tour today - we look forward to seeing you outside the Tourist Information Centre by the Herbert Art Gallery on Jordan Well in Coventry. Please see Ts & Cs below!
Wheelchair user and Personal Assistant combined ticket available for £13: Please contact 02476998221 to arrange a booking. Payment for this ticket type will need to be paid in cash at the Coventry Tourist Information Centre before the start of your journey.
Terms and Conditions
- PLEASE ARRIVE 10 MINUTES BEFORE YOUR TOUR START TIME.
- Online bookings only.
- Failure to arrive in time may result in your tour reservation being reallocated and you may not be able to get on another tour due to high demand.
- Each tour has a maximum capacity of four people, this is non-negotiable.
- All tours will pick up and drop off at the same point (a circular route). Passengers will not be allowed to alight at any other point on the tour.
- The duration of the tour is expected to be just under an hour.
- The content is suitable for ages over 7, subject to adult supervision. Unfortunately, we are not able to accommodate children under 135cm in height.
- All visitors MUST wear a seat belt throughout the tour.
- No eating or drinking on the tour.
2-Tone Taxi: A People's Tour of Coventry is brought to you by Coventry City of Culture Trust and partners
As part of the Cultural Destinations Scheme supported by Arts Council England
Original tour created by BBC Coventry and Warwickshire with Theatre Absolute
Taxi design by PopBangColour
Electric Taxi donated by LEVC
Secure parking donated by Coventry University
Hospitality donated by Culture Coventry’s staff at the Tourist Information Centre
Image Credit: Marcus Pendleton
Why not extend your taxi experience by visiting the ‘Taxi: The Story from A to B’ exhibition at the Transport Museum?