Rare visit to medieval undercroft in Coventry city centre
A rarely seen medieval undercroft in Coventry city centre is being opened to the public.
The undercroft, near to the front of the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum once belonged to a rich merchant, who was a clothier.
Building historian George Demidowicz said that goods and foodstuffs would have been kept in it 600 years ago.
Few people in the city realise that it exists and it survived the bombing during the Coventry Blitz in World War II.