This multi award winning attraction is set in one of Stratford's most beautiful and historic buildings and depicts Tudor life in a series of authentic and interesting recreations. Fun ghost tours by lantern light every evening.
The five Shakespeare Houses are owned and cared for by The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. They are an independent charity who depend entirely on the public for support to maintain and preserve the World's Shakespeare Heritage.
Come and get lost in a bizarre world of futuristic mechanisms, clever mind-blowing designs and 1890s-inspired contraptions made up of the intricate workings of gears, sprockets and pulleys!
The Domestic Fowl trust is a farm park with a difference concentrating mainly on the many and diverse breeds of poultry kept in grassy paddocks Also poultry museum and rare breed farm animals.
Named after Dr John Hall, who married Shakespeare's daughter Susanna. This impressive 16th century house, with Jacobean additions, includes outstanding furniture and paintings as well as an exhibition about medicine in Shakespeare's time.
Mary Arden's Farm. Wilmcote, 5 miles north of Stratford-upon-Avon. Great for a family outing, the timbered farmhouse was the home of Shakespeare's mother before she married John Shakespeare.
Step into the house where William Shakespeare was born in 1564 and re-enter the Tudor world. Newly refurbished, the house now offers visitors a fascinating insight into life as it was when Shakespeare was a child.
Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6GW, (8 miles, 13kms), Tel: 0871 978 0800, Email
Stratford-upon-Avon is a picturesque market town in central England and is the birthplace of William Shakespeare.
9 Bull Street, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 6DT, (8 miles, 12kms), Tel: 01789 268 832, thenewbullshead.co.uk
The New Bulls Head is a traditional town bar and bistro, well used by both locals and visitors that venture into The Old Town end of Stratford upon Avon.
Alcester, B49, (1 miles, 2kms), Tel: 0871 978 0800
Explore the ancient market town of Alcester, set amid the gently rolling hills of Shakespeare Country, just eight miles west of Stratford-upon-Avon.