Stratford-Upon-Avon has got so much going for it.
Discount Theatre Tickets
Grab yourself a discounted Rush Ticket to see a Royal Shakespeare Company production the following week.
And you're looking for even more inspiration, we've curated a list of the very best events and attractions in Stratford-Upon-Avon this week.
Musical comedy duo Jonny And The Baptists belt out witty political commentary to parody pop tunes. They are joined by gagsmith Peter Brush and Welshman Clint Edwards.
As You Like It
The Forest is a place of exile - but also of self discovery in Shakespeare's romantic comedy. David Ajao stars as Orlando with Lucy Phelps as Rosalind. The RSC production is directed by Kimberley Sykes.
The Play's The Thing
A major exhibition celebrating the magic of Shakespeare on stage. Treasures on display from the RSC archives and museum collection go back more than 100 years. Plus fun activities such as The Quick Change Challenge.
The Stratford Town Walk
An award-winning two-hour guided tour around the area where William Shakespeare lived, following in his footsteps from birthplace to grave.
- Guided Tour
A half-timbered building, with extensive grounds to the rear, where William and his brothers and sisters were born and brought up.
- Stately Home
Stratford Butterfly Farm
Hundreds of the world's most beautiful and vibrantly coloured butterflies fly free around visitors in a tropical environment full of blossom, splashing waterfalls and fish-filled pools. Other attractions include beetles, stick insects, mantids, snails, millipedes, ants, spiders and iguanas.
- Family Event
An independent, award-winning museum that allows visitors to step back in time to Shakespeare's England replete with an Elizabethan dining table and a throne to rest weary bones.
Anne Hathaway's Cottage
Discover where the young William Shakespeare courted his future bride Anne Hathaway at her family home.
- Stately Home
The MAD Museum
Push buttons, pull levers and interact with the expertly engineered designs and kinetic art at this showcase of weird and wonderful contraptions.
National Trust: Charlecote Park
For the past 700 years the house has been home to the Lucy family. With great chimneys and mellow brickwork it sums up the essence of Tudor England. Outside there is a deer park landscaped by 'Capability' Brown and a formal garden.