Things To Do In Warwickshire
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Wondering what to do in Warwickshire? Unwind at the Chesford Grange hotel before heading out to these popular tourist attractions.
11 minute drive
Enjoy a fun day out in Warwickshire when visiting Warwick Castle, Britain’s ultimate historical experience.
The castle, which was developed from a wooden fort originally built by William the Conqueror in 1068, is a popular tourist attraction with 1,000 years of jaw-dropping history.
Book a day ticket and try to escape the Castle Dungeon, see some wild birds up close in a breath-taking display, and go back in time in the Horrible Histories Maze. It’s a perfect (and educational) family day out.
17 minute drive
The birthplace of the world's greatest storyteller should be at the top of your list of places to visit in Warwickshire.
Discover more about William Shakespeare, hear and see how he grew up, and get up close to objects from the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust’s world class collection. Adults only need to pay £20, children aged 3-15 pay £13.50 and a family ticket (2 adults and 3 children) is £52.50.
Anne Hathaway’s Cottage
20 minute drive
In 1582, at the age of 18, William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway. In Stratford-upon-Avon, you can visit her family home and see where she was born and raised.
Walk through the original building, which still stands despite being over 500 years old. Take a look at the original furniture, stroll through acres of beautiful cottage gardens, and explore the sculpture trail inspired by Shakespeare’s plays.
Royal Shakespeare Theatre
23 minute drive
Are you a theatre fan? Even if you aren’t, you can’t miss out on the chance to watch a play at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Take a look at what plays are on and book your seats ahead of your visit to Warwickshire. If you can’t watch a play, there’s plenty of other things for you to do, including a tour of the theatre.
Guys Cliffe House
5 minute drive
From its humble beginnings as a secluded place of worship in the 5th century to becoming a chapel in the 15th century, there’s lots to see in Guys Cliffe House, a dramatic building steeped in history and a popular Warwick attraction.
The Mill Garden
10 minute drive
Grab your camera and stroll through The Mill Garden, a beautiful place to visit in Warwick. Take pictures of the scenery, bask in moments of peace in the garden located on the banks of the River Avon and make the most of a sunny day out.