British weather can be unreliable, but visitors to Shakespeare’s England will not be short of things to do on a rainy day.
The river runs through the heart of this region and allows you to see this wonderful town and area at your own pace.
An historic market town with a lively community feel
An idyllic rural town which showcases medieval history and architecture in the 21st century.
Kenilworth is the perfect base for exploring the surrounding countryside of Shakespeare’s England and Warwickshire.
Rugby holds the unique position as the birthplace of the game of rugby!
2014 was the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth.
On the borders of Shakespeare's England visit The Cotswolds
Visit the beautiful gardens of Shakespeare's England, Warwickshire
Visit historical Southam, a Silicon Spa Town famed for its connections with polo
2016 is a special anniversary year and commemorates 400 years of William Shakespeare's legacy.
Shakespeare's England is the perfect place for a foodie break
Experience a Theatre Break in Shakespeare's England, home to the world's greatest playwright.
Experience Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon
Spring is an exciting time with the beautiful Shakespeare's England area blooming into life!
Easter is one of the busiest times for Shakespeare's England, with hundreds of amazing activities across the area!
Join in the celebrations to commemorate William Shakespeare's legacy.
Visit Shakespeare’s England this May Half-Term for plenty of family fun!