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7 Union Street
This alternative shop, Naquiba has gifts and clothing from as far afield as Thailand and Indonesia. Many of the unique gift items here are hand crafted and include body jewelery ...
11 Meer Street
Vinegar Hill is a delightful gift shop which leads on to a coffee shop and then on to a sandwich shop. All offer items of exquisite taste! The gift shop specializes in hand made ...
25 High Street
The Garrick Inn was built in 1594. It acquired its current name from the Shakespearean actor David Garrick in 1769. Today, the Inn boasts a delightful 50-seat restaurant. Old wooden beams ...
13 Wood Street
Paxton & Whitfield has been Britain's leading cheese monger. The rich and the famous, royalty and politicians alike all beat a path to their door. In Stratford, that door hides a ...
This landmark church is located in a picturesque setting on the edge of town, beside the river and approached through an avenue of lime trees. The burial site of famous playwright ...
Egon Ronay recommended this 18th-century pub—a pub where there is every chance of rubbing shoulders with Shakespearean actors and that is only 100 yards from ...
50 Sheep Street
Cordelia is renowned for its style and quality as well as its personal and attentive service. Clothes stocked here include day, casual, smart and evening wear and all have been ...
19 High Street
Hathaway Tea Rooms has been a family business since 1971. The building itself dates back to 1610 and has actually been used as a restaurant since 1931. Upon ...
1 Bridge Street
A trip to Stratford is not complete without a visit to the home of the Royal Shakespeare Company . The theater was built in 1926 following fire damage to the 1879 original structure. Fortunately it ...
If you are looking for a day out in the open, a bit of drama and the chance to place a bet or two, look no further than Stratford Racecourse. Steeple chasing has taken place here for almost ...