ShakespeareÔŅĹs Birthplace

Possibly the most famous and most visited literary landmark in Britain. This is the house where it is thought that Shakespeare was born and spent his formative years. The house is approached via the Visitors' Centre which holds a comprehensive exhibition about Shakespeare's life. The Birthplace is then…
Distance: 14.4 miles away

Royal Shakespeare Theatre

The Swan Theatre's ornate Victorian Gothic building is home to displays from the RSC Collection. Items are selected from a wide range of material, collected since the original theatre opened in 1879, which illustrate the history of performance in Stratford's theatres. The RSC Collection is open from…
Distance: 14.1 miles away

Sudeley Castle

Set against the beautiful backdrop of the Cotswold Hills, Sudeley Castle is steeped in history. With royal connections spanning a thousand years, it has played an important role in the turbulent and changing times of England's past.The Castle was once home to Queen Katherine Parr, following her marriage…
Distance: 10.8 miles away

Anne Hathaways Cottage

Anne Hathaway's Cottage was the home of Shakespeare's wife before they married in 1582. Besides its romantic associations, as the place where the teenage Shakespeare courted his future wife, the Hathaway home has also come to be regarded as the quintessential English country cottage. The thatched farmhouse continued…
Distance: 14.2 miles away

Hidcote Manor Garden

Hidcote Manor Garden is a celebrated 20th Century garden in the beautiful North Cotswolds, featuring one of Englands greatest gardens, an arts and crafts masterpiece.One of England's great gardens, Hidcote was designed and created in the Arts & Crafts style by the horticulturist Major Lawrence Johnston. It is…
Distance: 6.9 miles away

Model Village

A 19th scale model of the actual village including river, bridges and churches built in Cotswold stone. Miniature trees & plants. Parking. Open all year, daily.…
Distance: 7.4 miles away

Upton House And Gardens

Late 17th‚Äźcentury house with significant art collections and superb terraced gardens. The house, built in 1695 of mellow local stone, was purchased and remodelled 192729 by Walter Samuel, 2nd Viscount Bearsted, Chairman of Shell 192146 and son of the founder of that company. Upton contains his outstanding‚Ķ
Distance: 13.6 miles away

Batsford Arboretum

Situated one and a quarter miles west of Moreton‚Äźin‚ÄźMarsh Gloucestershire ‚Äź UK, Batsford Arboretum is tucked away on a south facing escarpment of the famous Cotswold Hills. Find out on this website about the history of the arboretum and the treasure of rare and unusual plants and trees‚Ķ
Distance: 1.4 miles away

Hailes Abbey

Hailes Abbey is a 13th Century Cistercian abbey, founded in 1246 and once a celebrated site of pilgrimage, but now in ruins.Remains of the dramatic cloister arches survive and there is a small museum.…
Distance: 9.4 miles away

Kiftsgate Court Garden

Kiftsgate Court Gardens is a series of interconnecting gardens each with its distinct character and secrets. Let them share their secrets with you. Our garden is the creation of three generations of women gardeners. Started by my grandmother Heather Muir in the twenties, continued by my mother Diany…
Distance: 7.1 miles away

New Place

New Place in Chapel Street was William Shakespeare's final retirement home. Built by Hugh Clopton it was the second largest building in Stratford and was the only house made from brick. In addition to the exceptional collection of Elizabethan furniture and tapestries, Nash's House also has…
Distance: 14.2 miles away

Snowshill Manor

Snowshill is a Cotswold manor house with eclectic collection and Arts & Crafts‚Äźstyle garden.Snowshill Manor contains Charles Paget Wade's extraordinary collection of craftmanship and design, including musical instruments, clocks, toys, bicycles, weavers' and spinners' tools and Japanese armour. Run on organic principles, the intimate garden is laid out‚Ķ
Distance: 6.5 miles away

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