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Town Walk in Stratford upon Avon every Tuesday on Tuesday 5th February 2019
Multi, award-winning guided walking tour in Shakespeare's historic Stratford upon Avon. A must do!
Multi, award-winning, daily guided walking tour in Shakespeare's Stratford every TUESDAY.
Join the entertaining, guided walking tour - 365 days a year! Winner of a Pride of Stratford Award for Tourism Initiative of the Year, Theo Paphitis SBS Award and more.
Discover Stratford and its fascinating relationship with William Shakespeare. 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 (small fee to the Church to see Shakespeare's grave - with blessing/curse!). 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. The guide usually wears something yellow (hat, scarf, tie).
Every Tuesday at 11am. For other times, days and prices see website - www.stratfordtownwalk.co.uk Wheelchair friendly. Dogs welcome.
Great discounts available with your ticket at selected shops, restaurants, pubs and attractions. For example Butterfly Farm, MAD museum, 2FOR1 entry to Shakespeare's School and 30% off entry to Shakespeare's Birthplace or the 5 house ticket.
Private walks for families/Groups/schools by prior arrangement - call us for rates and options.
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