What's the Pollen Count in Coventry Today?
Enter your postcode into the tracker to see the pollen count in Coventry today. Use your Pollen Pal to prepare for any allergens out there that could trigger your hay fever.
Pollen Forecast for Coventry
See how your hay fever could be affected with Your Pollen Pal. It gives you a clear picture of the pollen count in Coventry. So, whether you’re strolling around Coombe Country Park or heading for a picnic, you’ll be ready for
hay fever symptoms with antihistamines and a pocketful of trustworthy
Allergy Comfort Wipes.
Pollen Hotspots in Coventry
In Coventry, pollen can be a big problem, with over 100 country parks and playgrounds to choose from, it’s not hard to see why. Lady Herbert’s Garden is a popular spot for Sunday strolls with the family. The garden is home to a spectacular arrangement of plants and trees, while they may look picturesque, this can be a huge problem for hay fever suffers, especially when pollen levels are at their peak during the spring / summer months.
Graph shows mean pollen grains per metre cube in Coventry
You’re likely to find high pollen counts in other green spots like War Memorial Park, a large public parkland with sporting activities and Coombe Country Park, a 500-acre park surrounded by wildlife, woodland, and lakes. Those with tree and grass allergies should avoid open grassy spaces and outdoor areas until later in the year when pollen levels are less likely to trigger your allergies.
Use Your Pollen Pal to help you plan your day out.
Hay Fever Friendly Activities in Coventry
When the pollen count in Coventry starts to rise, it may be a good idea to try a pollen-free activity instead. While there are plenty of public parks and outdoor spaces for socialising in Coventry, there’s also a variety of fun things to do indoors. We’ve rounded up a few of our favourite hay fever friendly activities to help inspire your next adventure.
Graph shows pollen grains per metre cube by month for each main type in Coventry
Museums & Galleries
Soak up a little culture or step back in time at these award-winning museums and outstanding public galleries.
- Coventry Transport Museum
- Midland Air Museum
- Herbert Art Gallery & Museum
Explore the local heritage
If there’s one thing Coventry is known for, it’s word class history. Explore the city’s local heritage through its magnificent medieval castles, grand abbeys, and gothic cathedrals.
- Coventry Cathedral
- St John the Baptist Church
- St Michael’s Tower Climb
Music & Theatre
Immerse yourself in an exciting programme of events and performances. From musicals, plays and operas, to pantomimes, concerts and stand-up comedy, there’s something for everyone.
- Belgrade Theatre
- Coventry Building Society Arena
- Criterion Theatre
Don’t forget to use your Pollen Pal to check out the pollen levels before you travel!
Kimberly-Clark are not affiliated with any of the places or activities recommended on this site.