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City Sightseeing Stratford Tours

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Unit 4 Pathlow Farm
Featherbed Lane
Wilmcote
Stratford-upon-Avon
CV37 0ER

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Tel : 01789 299123

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Prices

Adult - 24 hrs and 48 hrs
£11.75 - £17.50


Family - 24 hrs and 48 hrs
£25.50 - £37.00


Child - 24 hrs and 48 hrs
£6.00 - £8.74


Concession - 24 hrs and 48hrs
£9.75 - £14.50


See the sights of Stratford-upon-Avon the easy way... by open top bus.

The tour will show you all that Stratford-upon-Avon has to offer, starting in the town centre, including Shakespeare's Birthplace, New Place, The Swan Theatre and Halls Croft.

We then make our way out of town towards Anne Hathaways Cottage with its thatched roof, one of the most popular sights in Stratford.

Then we take the most scenic part of the tour, through the Warwickshire Countryside to Mary Ardens House and Farm before heading back towards the town centre.

Tickets can be bought for 24 or 48hrs so that you can hop on and off as much as you like visiting the various attractions along the way. Group rates are available please call for more details.

A full tour takes approx 1 hour and has multi-lingual & kids commentary.

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Next to the Tourist Information Centre in Stratford-upon-Avon.

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