Celebrate Easter with a whole host of fun activities for all the family throughout April.
Venture through over one thousand years of history as we take you on a rotten journey of action packed games and adventure with nasty nuggets and foul facts aplenty! Our finest characters will be on hand to bring the terrible and horrid stories of the Castle’s past to life. Are you brave enough to discover history at its most gruesome?!
Family visitors are invited to set off on an adventure through history with the launch of a brand new Easter Adventure Quest and a celebration of the great St. George.
Shaun the Sheep and the rest of the flock are let loose this Easter. Help them round up the flock with the ‘Find the Flock’ Easter Trail and have fun with the ‘Shaun the Sheep’ activity sheet. There’s also a colouring competition and treats and prizes to be won.
Ragley will open from 10am – 5pm every day of the Easter holidays. Guided tours of the state rooms will take place at 11am, 12 noon, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm and cost £2 for adults & £1 for children. On Easter Sunday & Monday there will also be additional activities including an Easter Egg Hunt, face painting, children’s fairground rides, falconry display and crafts. Activities cost from £2 per person.
Over the Easter holidays there are plenty of family activities taking place at the Shakespeare Houses. At Shakespeare’s Birthplace, create a Shakespearian word and add it to a trail of ribbons decorating the Birthplace Garden.
Enjoy Easter with a Victorian flavour amongst the bulbs and blossom at Hill Close Gardens in Warwick. See displays about the Victorian way of life and enjoy morning coffee and afternoon teas in the visitor centre. On Sunday children can take part in an Eggstravaganza to find chocolate eggs (£4 per child) and join in with the Easter bonnet Parade at 3.30pm.
For more events, things to do and places to visit Shakespeare’s England this Easter.
Built in 1932, the Royal Shakespeare Theatre is the RSC’s main performance space in Stratford-upon-Avon.
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust offers a unique experience in and around Stratford-upon-Avon.
Enjoy the unique pleasure of watching hundreds of the world’s most spectacular and colourful butterflies flying all around in a wonderful tropical environment.
An educational yet fun journey through time, making it one of the most unique experiences on Stratford’s ‘things to do’ list.
Tradition has it that William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway here in 1582, and that his granddaughter’s wedding also took place at Billesley.
William Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway are buried in this ancient church. Both the courtyard and the churchyard itself are breathtakingly beautiful.
Award-winning, entertaining guided walking tour. Discover Stratford and its fascinating relationship with William Shakespeare. For a different tour, try the evening ghost walk.
|Stratford||4.5 miles||10 mins|
|Warwick||12 miles||20 mins|
|Worcester||25 miles||40 mins|
|Cheltenham||30 miles||45 mins|