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Thursday walking tour around the ancient streets of Stratford on Thursday 9th April 2020
Entertaining, award-winning guided walking tour in Stratford upon Avon.
A must do!
Multi, award-winning guided walking tour in Stratford upon Avon every THURSDAY, whatever the weather! A 'must do'
The Town Walk is a lovely way to discover Stratford and its fascinating relationship with William Shakespeare. Winner of a Pride of Stratford Award, Theo Paphitis SBS Award and more.
See Shakespeare's Birthplace, New Place, Hall's Croft, Harvard House, the Royal Shakespeare Theatres, River Avon, 15th century timber-framed buildings, Guild Chapel (free entry), Shakespeare's School and visit Holy Trinity Church to see Shakespeare's grave with blessing/curse (subject to a small fee to the Church).
Hear fascinating stories of fire, flood, plague, old-fashioned sayings, medieval cures and history, wrapped up in a little Shakespeare.
No need to book (unless a group of 10+), meet on Waterside by the swan fountain, opposite the fish & chip shop on the corner of Sheep Street and pay the guide on arrival.
Every THURSDAY at 11am Arrive a little before the start time and look out for the guide wearing something yellow. For other times, days and prices see website - www.stratfordtownwalk.co.uk Wheelchair friendly. Dogs are welcome.
Ticket includes great discounts at selected shops, restaurants, pubs and attractions. For example, Butterfly Farm, MAD museum, 2FOR1 entry to Shakespeare's School and 20% off entry to Shakespeare's Birthplace or the Full Story ticket. Private walks for families/groups/schools by prior arrangement - call us to discuss tour options and group rates.
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