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Win Two Adult 2-Day Explorer Passes from Shakespeare’s England

Towards the end of last year, Shakespeare’s England launched a new visitor pass called 'The Explorer Pass'. 

The Explorer Pass from Shakespeare’s England

The Explorer Pass offers entry to over 19 attractions in and beyond Warwickshire. Vistors who plan to visit and explore Warwickshire can purchase the pass in advance of their trip and then show it at the admission desk or payment point at each attraction to gain free entry.

The participating attractions include:

  • Shakespeare's Birthplace
  • Shakespeare’s New Place
  • Hall’s Croft
  • Anne Hathaway's Cottage
  • Mary Arden's Farm
  • Royal Shakespeare Company The Play’s The Thing exhibition
  • Warwick Castle
  • Ragley Hall
  • Compton Verney
  • Avon Boating
  • Kenilworth Castle
  • St Mary's Church
  • Lord Leycester Hospital
  • Stoneleigh Abbey
  • Hill Close Gardens
  • British Motor Museum
  • The MAD Museum
  • Magic Alley and 
  • Shakespeare's Schoolroom & Guildhall. 

The Explorer Pass also includes some fantastic discounts at shops, hotels, and restaurants all throughout Shakespeare’s England.

The Explorer Pass from Shakespeare’s England

How does it work?


The Explorer Passes are available for either 1, 2 or 3 days and for both adults and children (child pass 5 - 16). Children aged 0-5 are free to enter all attractions.

Passes are valid as follows: One-day passes are valid for one calendar day during daylight opening hours, not 24 hours. Two-day passes are valid for two consecutive days, and three-day passes are valid for 3 consecutive days. Validity is limited to 1 year (365 days) from purchase. Simply show your pass at the admission desk or payment point for each attraction to gain free entry.

The cost for an adult Explorer Pass is £49 for the 1-Day pass, £65 for the 2-Day pass and £75 for the 3-Day pass. The passes can be purchased online or upon arrival in Stratford-upon-Avon, Kenilworth, Leamington Spa and Warwick at the Tourist Information Centres. For more information on the Explore Pass, please visit Shakespeare’s England.

Win 2 adult 2-day Explorer Passes!


The Globe Trotter has teamed up with Shakespeare's England to give one lucky reader of the blog the chance to win two 2-day adult Explore Passes.

Enter using the Gleam widget below, good luck!


Win 2 Adult 2-Day Explorer Passes from Shakespeare's England

27 comments:

  1. We've visited Mary Ardens which is a lovely visit feeding the animals, watch the bird of prey,nice playground and very good cafe- highly recommend for all ages but especially families

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    1. We loved visiting Mary Arden's farm too. A wonderful place for a day out with the family.

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  2. Yes loved Mary Arden's cottage the best so atmospheric

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  3. Yes. But not for at least 20 years even though I only live about 30-40 minutes from most of it.

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  4. Not been for ages very tempting must go soon.

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  5. What a fantastic prize, good luck all

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  6. Love Warwick castle -especially the falconry display . Stratford is lovely for a walk round but not been to the Shakespeare attractions

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  7. I have been to Starter to see plays a few times but not been able to go around the attractions. would like to though. I've just finished reading the Shakespeare Secret by JJ Carrell and it talks about Stratford a lot.

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  8. I've often visited the area but none of the attractions, apart from Warwick Castle about 30 years ago. I think I would enjoy Hill Close Gardens most of all.

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  9. Hill Close Gardens are lovely. I quite like Anne Hathaway's Cottage too (it has around 9 acres of woodland, orchards and gardens).

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  10. i have never visited i would be so excited to i would love to go to Warwick castle x

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    1. Warwick Castle is wonderful day-out venue; lots of fun for the entire family.

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  11. Live in the area, but never been to most of these!

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  12. I used to live in Staffordshire and have family in Warks still, I have spent time in Stratford - saw The Taming of the Shrew at the theatre there and a non Shakespeare play there one Valentine's day. I always loved Shakespeare at school and would love to see some more plays

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  13. Mary Arden's farm is my favourite

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  14. We went to Stratford last year and had a lovely day out, I'd like to revisit and see Anne Hathaway's Cottage. It's also been years since I've visited Warwick Castle, so this would be perfect for making a weekend away of it.

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  15. We loved the MAD museum 😍

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  16. Elisa Cartwright3 March 2018 at 21:21

    Warwick Castle is great to visit.

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  17. I have never been, but I'd love to visit Mary Ardens

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  18. Visited Stratford upon Avon many years ago but would love to return and especially look forward to a river trip on the Avon. Shirley G

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  19. Have been to most places - live in Birmingham. They are all worth visiting. Love Warwick Castle in particular.

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  20. The pass has some great attractions included and I would love to visit Anne Hathaways cottage again!

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  21. Warwick Castle is absolute amazing, breathtaking x

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