Follow in the footsteps of Stratford’s famous son, William Shakespeare, with a visit to Stratford-upon-Avon.
Discover his schoolroom to be immersed in fully interactive classroom experience by taking part in a Tudor lesson with “Master Jenkins” in the very classroom where Shakespeare sat as a child. Shakespeare’s Birthplace and family homes, including Hall’s Croft, Nash’s House & New Place and Harvard House provide in an insight into the childhood of this much-celebrated literary genius.
With more than 1,000 years of jaw-dropping history, magic, myth and adventure to behold, the magnificent Warwick castle is packed full of attractions for visitors of all ages. Get lost in the maze, see the Time Tower and the Mighty Trebuchet – the largest working siege machine in the world – this colossal catapult is an authentic recreation of one of the biggest and most deadly military machines of all time and behind the castle’s mighty walls, the real heart of the castle can be found in its beautiful grand interiors. In recent years, the castle has brought key periods of English history back to life. Be immersed in the turbulent 30 years war for the throne, The War of the Roses, where noble residents of this castle played key roles in the outcome during the 15th century. In Warwick itself, the medieval adventure continues with authentic timber-framed houses, chantry chapels and olde-worlde hospitals.