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Kenilworth Castle (Kenilworth)
Ranked #1 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Castles
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Anne Hathaway's Cottage & Gardens (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Ranked #2 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: This fifteenth-century, charming thatched cottage was the childhood home of Anne Hathaway, Shakespeare's sweet-heart and... more » Owner description: This fifteenth-century, charming thatched cottage was the childhood home of Anne Hathaway, Shakespeare's sweet-heart and wife.Experienced guides explain the stories behind the Shakespeare connection and the history of some well-known English idioms such as "chairman of the board".There are nine acres of gardens and grounds to explore including a lavender maze, a woodland walk, the Shakespeare arboretum and a living willow cabin where you may listen to some of Shakespeare's sonnets. « less
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Mary Arden's Farm (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Ranked #3 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Mary Arden's Farm was the childhood home of Shakespeare's mother. Today you can experience all the sights, sounds and smells... more » Owner description: Mary Arden's Farm was the childhood home of Shakespeare's mother. Today you can experience all the sights, sounds and smells of a working Tudor farm, just as it would have been when Shakespeare was a boy. Watch "Tudors" go about their daily routine, see rare breed animals and explore nature trails. There are daily falconry displays and archery at weekends and in school holidays. There is a playground for children from 2 upwards, a picnic area and a cafe.Mary Arden's Farm is a working farm that keeps pace with the season so there is always something new to see and do.The Farm is open seasonally from Easter to the end of October half-term.The Farm is 3 miles from the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon in the village of Wilmcote. There are buses and trains to Wilmcote. The train journey takes 5 minutes and the Farm is a short walk from Wilmcote rail station. It is also a pleasant walk along the canal from the centre of Stratford. « less
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Ranked #4 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites

The Collegiate Church of St Mary's in Warwick was founded by Robert de Newburgh, Earl of Warwick in 1123.  The church has varying architectural styles from the 12th Century crypt... more »

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Holy Trinity Church (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Ranked #5 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Religious Sites; Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites
Owner description: Located on the banks of River Avon, this is considered one of England's most-visited Parish Churches and the site where... more » Owner description: Located on the banks of River Avon, this is considered one of England's most-visited Parish Churches and the site where William Shakespeare was baptized in 1564 and buried in 1616. « less
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Shakespeare's Family Homes (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Ranked #6 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Historic Sites; Architectural Buildings
Owner description: Visit Shakespeare's Family Homes in and around Stratford-upon-Avon. The five houses and beautiful gardens are all related to... more » Owner description: Visit Shakespeare's Family Homes in and around Stratford-upon-Avon. The five houses and beautiful gardens are all related to William Shakespeare and his family. Explore Shakespeare's Birthplace, where he was born and spent his early adult life. Visit Nash's House, the home of Shakespeare's granddaughter and New Place, the site of Shakespeare's last home. Just around the corner from Nash's House you will find the home of Shakespeare's daughter, Hall's Croft with its peaceful garden and fascinating interior. Just outside of Stratford, visit Mary Arden's Farm for Tudor activities and family entertainment. Head to Anne Hathaway's Cottage and explore its beautiful gardens and woodland walk. « less
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Shakespeare's Birthplace (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Ranked #7 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Historic Sites; History Museums
Owner description: Visit the birthplace of the world's greatest playwright. Shakespeare's Birthplace has been welcoming visitors from all over... more » Owner description: Visit the birthplace of the world's greatest playwright. Shakespeare's Birthplace has been welcoming visitors from all over the world for over 250 years. This fine Tudor house is where the dramatist's life began. Life, Love & Legacy exhibition provides an immersive journey into the Shakespeare's world and interweaves theatre with Shakespearian magic, setting the scene for your visit to the Birthplace. In the garden, meet your favourite Shakespeare characters as Shakespeare Aloud perform live. « less
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The Guild Chapel (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Ranked #8 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Architectural Buildings; Religious Sites
Owner description: Chapel built by the Guild of the Holy Cross, which was established in the 13th century, whose aim was to provide for the... more » Owner description: Chapel built by the Guild of the Holy Cross, which was established in the 13th century, whose aim was to provide for the religious and commercial needs of the clergy and merchants of the town. « less
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Hall's Croft (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Ranked #9 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Historic Sites; Architectural Buildings; Gardens
Owner description: This historic Jacobean house with its tranquil walled gardens is where Shakespeare's daughter Susanna lived with her husband,... more » Owner description: This historic Jacobean house with its tranquil walled gardens is where Shakespeare's daughter Susanna lived with her husband, the wealthy physician Dr. John Hall.2013 is the 400th anniversary of the house and an exhibition tells the story of the house and some of its famous occupants.There is a cafe on the site and a gift shop selling crafts that are made locally. « less
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Coughton Court (Alcester)
Ranked #10 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Coughton Court has been home to the Throckmorton family for 600 years, this finest of Tudor houses stands testament to a... more » Owner description: Coughton Court has been home to the Throckmorton family for 600 years, this finest of Tudor houses stands testament to a family's courage in maintaining their beliefs. From a position of high favour to one of fear and oppression post-Reformation, the Throckmortons were leaders in a dangerous age, helping to bring about Catholic emancipation in the 19th century. Explore this story of fascinating personalities through the 'family album' of portraits and Catholic treasures around the house. Coughton is still very much a family home with an intimate feel: the Throckmorton family live here, managing the stunning gardens which they have created. « less
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Ranked #11 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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Nash's House and New Place (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Ranked #12 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Historic Sites; History Museums; Gardens
Owner description: Here you can visit Nash's House (the home of Shakespeare's granddaughter) and the Site of Shakespeare's final home at New... more » Owner description: Here you can visit Nash's House (the home of Shakespeare's granddaughter) and the Site of Shakespeare's final home at New Place where he died in 1616. You can see finds from a 3 year archaeological excavation of the site, a fine Tudor house as well as a traditional knot garden. During school holidays there are family activities and Tudor games in the garden. Nash's House & New Place is a 5 minute walk from Shakespeare's Birthplace in the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon. « less
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Warwick Castle (Warwick)
Ranked #13 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Castles; Historic Sites
Owner description: Imagine a totally electrifying day out at Britain’s ultimate castle. Where you can immerse yourself in a thousand years of... more » Owner description: Imagine a totally electrifying day out at Britain’s ultimate castle. Where you can immerse yourself in a thousand years of jaw-dropping history – come rain or shine.Where ancient myths and spell-binding tales set your imagination alight, and your hair on end. Where princesses are pampered and maidens are wooed, as winners become true heroes and losers are confined to dark, dank dungeons to be forgotten for eternity. It could only be Warwick Castle. « less
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All Saints Church (Leamington Spa)
Ranked #14 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
Owner description: This iconic church building at the heart of Royal Leamington Spa has served as a Christian place of worship since 1843, and... more » Owner description: This iconic church building at the heart of Royal Leamington Spa has served as a Christian place of worship since 1843, and Christian worship has been offered on this site for around a thousand years. We look forward to welcoming you into our friendly community which includes families, students, and professionals from around and beyond the town. Come and enjoy our Cafe Within, offering a selection of homemade cakes, pastries, soups and sandwiches. Our family Eucharist takes place at 10:30am every Sunday, accompanied by our robed choir. For more details please see our website. « less
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Ragley Hall (Alcester)
Ranked #15 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites
Owner description: Welcome to Ragley where there's something for everyone- whether it’s an action-packed day out for the whole family, a... more » Owner description: Welcome to Ragley where there's something for everyone- whether it’s an action-packed day out for the whole family, a stunning venue at which to hold your corporate event or wedding, or somewhere tranquil to get lost in your own thoughts, Ragley has it all...With so much to see and do, visitors often begin with a tour of the delightful Palladian House designed by Robert Hooke in 1680. Ragley has been, and remains, the family home of the Marquess and Marchioness of Hertford and manages to retain it’s family charm despite the thousands of people who visit each year.The House itself stands majestically in well-maintained formal gardens within beautiful ‘Capability’ Brown parkland. As well as being architecturally stunning, the Stables house an impressive collection of carriages really bringing to mind the extravagance of times past.The Adventure Playground provides a challenging experience, which includes the 3D maze, climbing frames, trampoline and swings – all in a safe and supervised environment. For the more energetic, we recommend the Woodland Walk, a journey through Ragley’s 400 acres of picturesque parkland and woods.At some point on your visit you are bound to see at least one of the fascinating sculptures scattered around the estate – these are an accession to Ragley from the Montgomery Trust.As well as being a great family day out, Ragley is the ideal venue for many corporate events with several rooms available for seminars, dinners and meetings. Ragley also plays host to weddings, celebrations and charity events. « less
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Coughton Court (Alcester)
Ranked #16 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Historic Sites; Architectural Buildings; Gardens
Owner description: Coughton Court has been home to the Throckmorton family for 600 years, this finest of Tudor houses stands testament to a... more » Owner description: Coughton Court has been home to the Throckmorton family for 600 years, this finest of Tudor houses stands testament to a family's courage in maintaining their beliefs. From a position of high favour to one of fear and oppression post-Reformation, the Throckmortons were leaders in a dangerous age, helping to bring about Catholic emancipation in the 19th century. Explore this story of fascinating personalities through the 'family album' of portraits and Catholic treasures around the house. Coughton is still very much a family home with an intimate feel: the Throckmorton family live here, managing the stunning gardens which they have created. « less
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Longbarn Village (Alcester)
Ranked #17 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: After 17 years working restoring and developing Barns the Longbarn Village is now permanatly closed Thanks to all our lovely... more » Owner description: After 17 years working restoring and developing Barns the Longbarn Village is now permanatly closed Thanks to all our lovely customers & supporters over the years kind regards Jayne Roberts « less
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Royal Pump Rooms (Leamington Spa)
Ranked #18 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Architectural Buildings; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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The Heritage Centre (Henley in Arden)
Ranked #19 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Historic Sites
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Shakespeare's School (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Ranked #20 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Historic Sites; Educational Sites

King Edward VI School (Shakespeare’s School) is hosting a limited number of open days over the October 1/2 term holidays 2014.Current students will be giving guided tours of the... more »

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Henley Street (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Ranked #21 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Historic Walking Areas
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The Church of St Peter (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Ranked #22 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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The Shakespeare Centre (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Ranked #23 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Libraries
Owner description: Opened in 1964 to celebrate the life and works of Shakespeare, this center houses the author's collections and provides a... more » Owner description: Opened in 1964 to celebrate the life and works of Shakespeare, this center houses the author's collections and provides a meeting place for literary scholars and researchers. « less
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St. Peter's Church (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Ranked #24 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Religious Sites
Owner description: Considered to be a "storybook in stone," Warwickshire's oldest church reflects its rich history with buttresses at odd... more » Owner description: Considered to be a "storybook in stone," Warwickshire's oldest church reflects its rich history with buttresses at odd angles, Saxon windows and remnants of a tithe barn. « less
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Art in the Park (Leamington Spa)
Ranked #25 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
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The Gower Memorial (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Ranked #26 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Monuments/ Statues
Owner description: Erected in 1888, this bronze memorial is dedicated to Stratford's most famous and celebrated son, William Shakespeare, and is... more » Owner description: Erected in 1888, this bronze memorial is dedicated to Stratford's most famous and celebrated son, William Shakespeare, and is surrounded by four statues of characters from the bard's plays. « less
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Ranked #27 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Art and craft studio offering workshops in various mediums by appointment.
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Ranked #28 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Owner description: Richard Golding, founder of Okra Glass, opened his glass studio in Shenton Station at the end of the Battlefield preserved... more » Owner description: Richard Golding, founder of Okra Glass, opened his glass studio in Shenton Station at the end of the Battlefield preserved railway line in 2010. At the Station you find Richard`s state of the art gallery where you can sit, watch him make glass and buy unique Station Glass Creations. The Station is normally open Tuesdays,Thursdays and weekends from 11.00-4.00. Check website for any changes. « less
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Ranked #29 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
Mason Croft (Stratford-upon-Avon)
Ranked #30 of 39 Cultural in Warwickshire
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Once the home of Marie Corelli, a best-selling author during 19th-century England and a favorite of Queen Victoria, is now... more » Owner description: Once the home of Marie Corelli, a best-selling author during 19th-century England and a favorite of Queen Victoria, is now the Institute of Shakespeare Studies, run by the University of Birmingham. « less
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