Things to see
More things to see in Stratford-upon-Avon
There are plenty of attractions and activities that can keep visitors entertained in Shakespeare Country like museums, theatres, villages, gardens, cinema, banquets and live entertainment options.
Tudor World – This multi award winner museum representing Tudor life is located within Stratford’s most historic building and is quite educational and entertaining for the entire family. Tudor World also has gift shop and theatre with different day and night events.
Manor House – Ancestral home of George Washington, this sixteenth century house is renowned for its historical and picturesque garden.
Mill Dene Garden – A nice and beautiful garden amidst the Cotswold Hills has a gift shop and tea room for the visitors. The information related to the garden is written in Japanese and Cantonese.
Stratford-upon-Avon Butterfly Farm – Visitors get to stroll through the amazing world of exotic rainforest and a landscape surrounding the splashing waterfalls and pools. They can watch innumerable colorful and spectacular butterflies flying all around.
Hatton Farm Village – Visit to this village will guarantee a fun filled family day out in the company of farmyard animals, adventure play and shows. Visitors on the same site will discover Hatton Shopping Village, which has over 20 shops of antiques and furnishing, farm shop, café and restaurants.
Blenheim Palace – This World Heritage Site is the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and is home of Marlborough 11th Duke. Renowned as one of the finest Baroque houses in the country, this palace is located in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. The tour of the Palace and state rooms spread across 2000 acres of landscaped parkland.
Kenilworth Castle – Explore this castle to enjoy the journey of the most spectacular castle ruins in England. Due to the multi-million pound investment in a project, visitors have innumerable options of exploring and experiencing. The newly recreated Elizabeth Garden is the added attraction along with the Dudley Exhibition in Leicester’s Gatehouse that gives the option of relaxing and unwinding in the surroundings of the castle tearoom.