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STRATFORD TOWN FUN QUIZ TRAIL
Stratford-on-Avon News, Stratford-on-Avon
The Quill Lounge Shakespeare Murcure Hotel
Tel : 07718574544
Join in a fun quiz trail walk past timber-framed mediaeval buildings, Shakespeare’s homes, RSC theatres, river Avon, Trinity church, plus lots more with family, work colleagues or friends looking for clues to answer a mix of historical and observational questions in Stratford town centre.
After a short introduction from your Trivia Trail host set off from The Quill Lounge, Mecure Shakespeare Hotel in teams of up to six, returning 90 minutes later for scoring and prizes for the winners. History in a fun way!
Perfect for entertaining visitors, families, schools, team-building, hen parties and birthdays. Book onto one of the scheduled trail dates listed on the website, which are also run round Warwick, or private parties of two up to 40+ welcome to book a quiz trail on a day and time to suit. (Minimum of £50.00). Bookings can be made on the day subject to availability.
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