Explore Stratford upon Avon,
the birthplace of William Shakespeare
or further afield ...
WHATEVER THE WEATHER THERE IS PLENTY TO DO FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
Currently some attractions are restricted or are temporarily closed due to the coronavirus pandemic but there is still plenty to do in Stratford upon Avon and nearby.
We are keeping information here updated regularly but please check individual websites
for up to date information. about each attraction.
Cafe culture, Shakespeare, markets, shopping, cruise and dine
You can spend a whole week doing something different and having
fun every day while staying at Daisy Lodge in Stratford upon Avon.
Here are just some of the best things to do.
Discover the secret lives of the Tudors and what life was really like during the time of William Shakespeare; Francis Drake; Elizabeth I and Henry VIII. Set within a historic 16th-century grade 2* building which was once occupied by William Shrieve, an archer in King Henry VIII's army.
THE BUTTERFLY FARM
Come rain or shine enjoy the unique pleasure of discovering hundreds of the world’s most beautiful butterflies flying in an exotic environment of tropical blossom with splashing waterfalls and fish filled pools. Situated in the heart of Stratford upon Avon.
Fun for the whole family, Escape Live is a fantastic way to create a lasting memory. Escape Live in Stratford upon Avon is open and waiting to give you a great experience!
Hire a motor boat or an electric launch and take your own cruise on the River Avon.
Pre booking advisable.
Two minutes walk from Daisy Lodge you can play crazy golf and enjoy the children's playground on Avon Park then have lunch sitting by the river watching the wildlife.
Launches just down the river opposite Avon Park.
Lose yourself in the world of the Harry Potter Shop
Free fishing just yards from the door of Daisy Lodge
DISCOVER WILLIAM SHAKEPEARE
Visits inside Shakespeare's birthplace, the farm where his mother Mary was born
and New Place, which he bought on retiring back to Stratford upon Avon,
will be re-opening with social distancing in place as of 01/08/2020.
You can also see the outside of these amazing buildings and visit his tomb in Holy Trinity Church.