A not-for-profit membership organisation, Shakespeare’s England is recognised as the official tourism body for South Warwickshire in central England and the surrounding area, including Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick, Royal Leamington Spa and Kenilworth. Their main aim is to promote and put South Warwickshire on the map, whilst also encouraging more visitors to the area. Shakespeare’s England is supported by the region’s key tourism businesses and the local authorities, including Warwick District Council, Warwickshire County Council and Stratford District Council.
From being the home to the world’s most famous playwright and poet, William Shakespeare, to having a brilliant variety of family-friendly attractions, including historic castles and beautiful gardens, Warwickshire is the ideal place for a short break or longer holiday. Shakespeare’s England can provide visitors with information about what’s on, things to do and places to stay in the county.
In partnership with Open Pass, Shakespeare’s England has produced the Shakespeare’s Explorer Pass, where visitors can get free entry to 17 awesome attractions in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick and the surrounding county, including Warwick Castle, Shakespeare’s Birthplace, the Royal Shakespeare Company, Kenilworth Castle, the British Motor Museum, the MAD Museum, Stoneleigh Abbey, Lord Leycester Hospital, Comton Verney, Mary Arden’s Farm and much more.
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