Tourist Attractions etc in Warwickshire
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Warwickshire Tourist Attractions

Tourist attractions in & around the area of Warwickshire...

Warwickshire Tourist Attractions

Joseph Hardy House, 150 High Street, Henley-in-Arden, Warks, B95 5BS
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A museum of the history of a market town from the time of the Norman conquest to the present day, housed in a building dating from 1345.

Exhibits describe the origins and development of the town, illustrate the changes in social, business and domestic life and commemorate notable local personalities.

Extensive document and picture archives and audio diaries.

Entertaining "observation quiz" for children.

Groups visits by prior arrangement.
Tel: 01564 795919
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blank tabWARWICKSHIRE COUNTRY PARKSTourist Attraction
Bodymoor Heath, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, B76 0DY
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Warwickshire's country parks and greenways offer a range of activities and events, with invigorating walks, cycling routes and places of historical interest to suit all members of your family.

• Burton Dassett Hills Country Park - Southam
• Hartshill Hayes Country Park - Nuneaton
• Kingsbury Water Park - Bodymoor Heath
• Pooley Country Park - Polesworth
• Ryton Pools Country Park - Bubbenhall
• Kenilworth Greenway - Kenilworth
• Offchurch Greenway - Offchurch
• Stratford Greenway - Stratford Upon Avon

For opening times and further information, please visit our dedicated website.
Tel: 01827 872660
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blank tabWARWICK RACECOURSE CO LIMITEDTourist Attraction
Hampton Street, Warwick, CV34 6HN

You can enjoy excellent days of flat and jump racing throughout the year at Warwick Racecourse. There is always plenty to see and enjoy at this picturesque racecourse. Enjoy a family day out that will not break the bank.
Tel: 01926 491553    Fax: 01926 403223
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Visiting Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon

Shakespeare's Birthplace Photo © Frederick Blake
Shakespeare's Birthplace -
Photo: Frederick Blake CCL


This historic market town situated on the banks of the River Avon in Warwickshire, notwithstanding its fame as the birthplace and final resting place of William Shakespeare, must surely rank as one of Britain's loveliest towns. The name "Stratford" means "street ford". This derives from Roman times when there was a ford over the Avon at the point where the road crossed the river (today this road is the A422 to London). More...

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Bungos Family Play Barn

Waterloo Road, Bidford upon Avon, B50 4JN
Tel: 01789 77 88 99     E-mail:

Bungos Play Barn is a massive play barn for the under 12's. Parties organised using interlocking party rooms which can be opened out into one large room. Health conscious restaurant. On site parking. Situated just outside Stratford-upon-Avon and about 10 miles South of Birmingham.

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Atherstone Dobbies Garden World

Cross Lane Farm, Nuneaton Road, Mancetter, Warwickshire, CV9 1RF
Tel: 01827 715511     Fax: 01827 711384

This three-in-one visitor centre offers a number of fantastic things for the family, whether its enjoying the huge garden centre or letting the kids take part in the adventures with Plantasia giving them an interactive experience with plants.

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Plantasia and Maze World

At Dobbies Garden World, Nuneaton Road, Mancetter, Nr Atherstone, Warwickshire, CV9 1RF
Tel: 01827 713438

Embark on an exciting adventure! For a great day out for all the family, make tracks to Plantasia today. UK's largest collection of permanent mazes | Wild walks | Tree top trail | Meet the animals | Interactive exhibition | Children's play area | Gift shop.

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Stratford-on-Avon Racecourse

Luddington Road, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 9SE
Tel: 01789 267949 / 01789 201063    Fax: 01789 415850

Steeple chasing has taken place at Stratford Racecourse since 1755. Nowadays, we have sixteen meetings a year, most of which take place within the summer months. We have a large picnic area, bars and eateries. Entrance prices start from £6, accompanied children under 16 get in free.

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