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essential guide Stratford


Join the award-winning daily guided walk...


Discover Stratford’s history and fascinating relationship with William Shakespeare. See the Shakespeare Houses, School, Theatres, River Avon and visit the Guild Chapel and Holy Trinity Church. Entertaining 2 hours. “A must do”


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MEET BY THE SWAN FOUNTAIN ON WATERSIDE OPPOSITE SHEEP STREET


Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thurs, Fri 11am Sat 11am & 2pm


Christmas Day 10.30am Adult £6


Child £3 (under 8yrs free!) Wheelchair friendly


Groups by arrangement


GREAT DISCOUNTS available with ticket


Call us For more information visit us at www.stratfordtownwalk.co.uk to discuss 07855 760377 Over 65 & Student £5 JUST TURN UP!


AWARD WINNER


Award-winning Ghost Walk around ‘haunted’ Stratford with professional actor/ entertainer. Good old-fashioned storytelling of ghosts, witches and misery


Saturday 7.30pm


Small & Large Groups School & Social


Adult £7 Child £5 (Telephone before 6pm on the day to book)


Corporate & Conference Celebration & Anything


Halloween Special


Stratford’s only heated cruise boat with licensed bar, friendly guides and excellent bespoke catering!


Leisurely River Avon cruises with very popular Cream Teas or fabulous Ophelia Afternoon teas.


Add a little sparkle? Plenty of chilled Prosecco onboard!


Hen Party, Birthday - or in fact any Special Occasion! Either join a 45 minute sightseeing cruise or book a longer private charter.


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