Shakespeare’s England is the nation’s heritage heartland, a rich tapestry of towns and villages set in an English countryside. We’re home to Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare’s Birthplace, and Warwick Castle – England’s ultimate castle.
Getting to the heart of England’s long and storied history is easy in Shakespeare’s England. Head out into the countryside and you’ll discover a quintessentially English landscape of rolling hills dotted with market towns that have served their surrounding communities for generations. They’re busy places today, each with its own calendar of events – traditional fairs, world-class theatre, music and food festivals.
Today’s English way of life is shaped by the history that surrounds landmarks like Kenilworth Castle, the Holy Trinity Church at Stratford and ancient Stoneleigh Abbey.
For curious travellers who want to dive deep into England, Shakespeare’s England brings the nation’s story to life.