Alton Tower offering you 25% off individual and family tickets!

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Unleash a torrent of thrill ride roller coaster fun at the fantabulous world of the Alton Towers Resort Theme Park - voted winner of ‘Best UK Theme Park’!  There is something for all theme park thrillseekers and families, with tons of terrific rides, blockbusting attractions, amazing live shows, and weird and wonderful costume characters.

We’ve listed some of all the best Alton Towers has to offer:

Thrill Rides

Thi3teenThe ultimate in white knuckle thrill rides - every ride you’ve ever dreamed of in one

Nemesis Sub-Terra – New for 2012 - a brand new attraction located in Forbidden Valley - Terror deep underground!

Oblivion – Face your fears. You know you shouldn’t look down, but you won’t be able to stop yourself!

Laughs and Frights

Hex - Journey deep inside the legendary towers, but be careful not to unearth the curse of the Chained Oak

The Flume - Climb into your bathtub, fly down drops and through waterfalls before finishing off in a power shower

Attractions

Ice Age The 4D Experience - Watch your favourite characters like never before with our ultra-cool 4-D experience!

Extraordinary Golf
- Test your skills at Extraordinary Golf attraction located at the Splash Landings Hotel

Young Fun

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Experience Charlie’s journey into Willy Wonka’s fantabulous world

Frog Hopper - Hop up and down on the fun Frog Hopper kids attraction roller coaster

With so much on offer there’s no excuse not to visit. Save 25% off individual and family tickets - http://www.altontowers.com/

 

Go Visit…Drayton Manor, Staffordshire with this amazing offer!

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Drayton Manor… one of the UK’s best attractions and with their two for one offer this autumn it’s a day out you just don’t want to miss. Whatever your age and whatever you’re into Drayton Manor has it all!

The fun packed and thrilling theme park has several themed areas providing visitors with a different experience where ever you go…

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Home to some of the biggest, wettest and scariest rides around, Drayton Manor will not fail to disappoint. These rides were built for thrill seekers! Attempt Shockwave, Europe’s first stand up roller coaster, Stormforce 10 with a backwards water drop, Maelstrom, a stomach-churning gyro-swing facing outwards or if you’re feeling extremely brave there is always Apocalypse, voted the scariest ride in the UK by Channel 4’s The Gadget Show! It’s guaranteed you will not be going home disheartened.

If you’re too young for the fierce roller coasters there’s always the spectacular and renowned Thomas Land! Families can experience the magic of Sodor and interact with their favourite characters as never before. Promising fun and adventure for the young and the young hearted. Thomas Land boasts 12 wonderful themed rides, a spectacular indoor play area and a shop filled with fantastic Thomas & Friends merchandise. It’s full steam ahead to Thomas Land at Drayton Manor Park!

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If you’re after something new then Drayton Manor has two new attractions open this year! Ben 10 Ultimate Mission the ride; Ben needs you to stop Vilgax from stealing the Omnitrix and the only way is to board the “Mecha Vehicle”, Good luck on your mission! A 4D Cinema, join Marvin the Martian in the 3rd Dimension out of this would 4D experience!

If that’s not enough Drayton manor has a brilliant family zoo! With 15 acres of open plan zoo, home to over one hundred species from all over the world, including 12 rare breeds, Drayton Manor Zoo is a fascinating place to explore.

After a long day of discovering and adventure why not check out Drayton Manor’s newly opened Gill Inn. A fantastic new restaurant open for breakfast, lunch and diner! The restaurant prides themselves on quality, sustainability and locality of the produce! A perfect rest break for the family!

If you still haven’t had enough of what Drayton Manor has to offer why not stay over in the new Drayton Manor Hotel! With 150 rooms, 11 of which are Thomas and Friends themed family rooms, the hotel is perfect for a weekend away of fun and adventure! You know you won’t want to go home…

Buy one full priced Adult ticket - Receive one free Ticket

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2for1 at Black Country Living Museum!!

Black Country Living Museum offers you a 2for1 voucher, a perfect opportunity to have a brilliant day out.

The theme of a Black Country town glows throughout a fantastic combination of shops, workshops and houses. All there to make sure you have a fun experience that takes you back to what life in the Black Country was like.

From the St James’ school experience, to sneaking of to the sweet shop. This museum guarantees education, fun and laughs all round. A great chance to meet the locals when you stroll down the cobbled streets. All dressed up in attire that makes you feel like you are living back when the Black Country was all about fairgrounds, coalmines and the best chippy around!

Travel the museum in a traditional trolley bus… but remember to have some change on hand, the friendly conductor will be keeping an eye out! You must stop off at the coal mine, throw your hard hat on and off you go down into the underground. Journeying around the maze of roads gives you the smells, sights and sounds that make your experience as realistic as possible.

So don’t be late for School, remember its fish and chips for lunch and we will see you there!

Download the 2for1 voucher here:http://www.visitheartofengland.com/vouchernew.aspx?county=2&id=2e54e5e9-efaf-4875-93e2-b6be617ce0ee&voucher=5341

Free Child Passport Ticket!

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Travel back with your free child passport to a town bursting with character, fun and fab fish and chips.

Wondering down the cobbled streets you will be spoilt with a variety of shops; sweet shops to the traditional post office. With characters dressed in Victorian’s finest and a bank you can convert your pounds to shillings. You are guaranteed a fun packed day for all of the family to enjoy.

 

Now you have bags bursting with Victorian goodies and the kids gleaming after a delicious dose of fruit pips, it’s time to head to the fairground. Get dad on the old fashioned swings whilst mum sips on a cuppa in Blist Hill’s little quaint tea shop. 

Don’t leave just yet! After an exciting blast around the fairground it must be time to visit Blist Hill’s traditional chippy. Indulge yourself with beer battered fish and a real size portion of chips. A bench is waiting on the riverside, so don’t worry mum… no ketchup stains today!

A day that will create fantastic memories laughs and smiles all round. And what’s better your child gets a free passport?

The free passport also allows a visit to all ten Ironbridge museums for 12 months.

http://www.visitheartofengland.com/vouchernew.aspx?county=5&id=f8286d9c-9ada-4d92-9f7f-434c519686f3&voucher=5340

See you there… 


Top 5 Historic Museums in the Heart of England

 1) Ironbridge Gorge Museums

Described as the Birthplace of Industry the ten award winning museums give visitors the opportunity to see how the world used to look in Victorian times. Learn about key turning points in history such as the Industrial Revolution from the experts. The museums are spread along the valley beside the famous River Severn and the world’s first Iron Bridge built primarily to transport coal.

See the products that set industry on its path and the machines that made them. Watch and talk to the Museums’ craftsmen and costumed demonstrators as they work iron, fashion china and glass, and bring alive the people who lived and worked in Ironbridge.

The buildings, shops, industrial and domestic activities that the museum has introduced amongst the survivals of the sites original industries have a multifunctional role. Not only are they important pieces of material evidence of the past themselves they also house the collections displayed on Blists Hill and provide a backdrop to the day-to-day interpretation which the museum undertakes.

As well as the historical background and sights to see there is plenty for the kids to do as well. The Museums have been designed for visitors of all ages. Children will especially enjoy Blists Hill Victorian Town, where there are many child friendly activities and Coalport China Museum and Tar Tunnel, where there is an interactive Children’s Gallery. Enginuity is also ideal for children of all ages. There are lots of interactive exhibits and games to engage children’s interest, along with plenty of water to splash in. On certain days during the school holidays they hold drop in workshops that allow children to ‘have a go’ themselves.

Offer: Free Child Passport Ticket - With every Adult Passport ticket purchased you receive a Childs Passport ticket Free at www.visitheartofengland.com.

2) Shakespeare Birthplace Trust – Visit the Houses

The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust: they look after five fascinating properties; Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, Mary Arden’s Farm, Nash’s House and New Place, and Hall’s Croft.

For millions of Shakespeare enthusiasts worldwide, the house is a shrine. You will discover the world that shaped the man and you’ll find out what other famous writers thought when they visited here. Well-known visitors have included Charles Dickens, John Keats, Walter Scott and Thomas Hardy.

Shakespeare’s Birthplace is a fascinating house that offers a tantalising glimpse into Shakespeare’s early world. It’s a special place that everyone should see in their lifetime.

Discover where the young William Shakespeare courted his future bride Anne Hathaway at her picturesque family home a thatched farmhouse with stunning grounds and gardens, which overflow with beautiful blooms.

Explore the house where Shakespeare’s mother, Mary Arden, grew up and experience the daily routine, skills and crafts the young William would have known in the 1570s. Help with tasks such as basket weaving and traditional chores such as threshing, bread making, gardening and animal tending.   

Visit Nash’s House, named after Thomas Nash, first husband of Shakespeare’s grandaughter, and a wealthy local property owner. Today, it is a well preserved Tudor building and the ground floor is furnished as it would have been in Nash’s day.

Next door to Nash’s House are the foundations of New Place. This was the house bought by William Shakespeare in 1597. By the late 1590s, Shakespeare was an established playwright and had amassed enough wealth to afford a new family home.

Take a walk through the elegant home of Susanna Shakespeare and her husband, Dr John Hall of Hall’s Croft. Enjoy the luxurious rooms and beautiful decoration of this fascinating house, befitting a wealthy physician of Dr John Hall’s status.      

Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Nash’s House & New Place and Hall’s Croft are located in Stratford town centre. All three properties are within easy walking distance and can be visited in one day.

Offer: 2 for 1 at Shakespeare’s Birthplace which includes free entry to Nash’s House & New Place and Hall’s Croft. And even better news your ticket is valid for unlimited entry for 12 months.

3) Coventry Transport Museum

See the world’s largest collection of British road transport located in the birthplace of British transport. Offering everything from ‘bone shaking’ cycles to land speed record cars.

The Museum’s collection includes over 240 cars, commercial vehicles and buses, 94 motorcycles, 200 cycles, 25,000 models and around 1 million archive and ephemera items.

This unique collection will enthral even the most avid enthusiast but the displays tell other stories too: of invention, vision and enterprise; technology, skill and industry; passion, resilience and hope.

Go check it out admission is absolutely free.

4) Worcester Porcelain Museum

The Worcester Porcelain Museum’s collections date back to 1751 when Dr. John Wall an eminent local surgeon and William Davis the elder, an apothecary, perfected the secret recipe for manufacture of soft paste porcelain in Worcester.

The Museum houses the finest and most extensive collections of Worcester Porcelain. Be transported to Georgian times and the very start of production when shapes and patterns were copied from the Far East for use in the homes of the very rich. See an exquisite room setting and how the table was laid for desert featuring an eighteenth century long case clock and a fine trio of hexagonal vases, just as they appeared in a gentleman’s home.

With free audio tour talking about the exhibits and what was happening in Great Britain at the time. Factory workers also talk about their skills and how they carried out their work.

5) Heritage Motor Centre

Fun for all the family! The Heritage Motor Centre houses informative and interactive exhibitions charting the history of British motoring from the 1890s to present day.

Walk the ‘Time Road’ and discover how motoring and family life has changed through the decades with period music and memorable events including the introduction of double yellow lines.

Free guided tours twice a day. Outdoor activities include Land Rover off-road Experience and children’s Miniature Roadway (each with separate charge), nature path, children’s playground and picnic site.

Offer: Simply agree to ‘Gift Aid’ your entry fee and we will give you a 12 months admission ticket at no extra cost. Terms & Conditions apply & this ticket is not valid on 5 event days per year.

Check out www.visittheheart.com for great offers!

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A DAY OUT – The Giant Screen at Millennium Point
See films in a new light. Cinema-goers in Birmingham are placed at the forefront of cinema technology that delivers an unforgettable experience. With its new stunning, digitally presented clarity, its massive screen and sophisticated sound system, The Giant Screen at Millennium Point has to be seen to be believed!
                                           
The cinema at Millennium Point has been transformed to become the Midlands’ largest independent giant screen digital 3D cinema. This improvement means they can now show a wider selection of 3D feature films as well as a variety of 2D movies and documentaries, plus in the future, a wider range of content including live screenings of music and sports events. With a new and improved projection system which includes twin state-of-the-art Barco 4K digital projectors, paired with industry-leading Dolby Digital 3D technology. The cinema is still classified as a Giant Screen Cinema!

By introducing this state-of-the-art digital 3D projection technology, it means you can see even more of the titles that you want on the giant screen.

With their superior 15000w sound system that has also been upgraded. The new giant screen remains as a perforated screen to accommodate the surround sound speakers located directly behind the screen. The giant silver screen has been replaced with a new white screen the same impressive 21 metre width as before, and new luxury seating has been installed throughout the auditorium. The new screen and new projection system will mean that the projected image will better fit the screen and give you an awe-inspiring experience that’s going to keep you coming back time and time again.

Why not make it a group outing with discounts available to groups of over 10 people.  Thinktank Gift Vouchers in £5, £10, or £20 denominations can also be used to purchase The Giant Screen tickets. Or if you fancy a private screening you can actually hire out the 400 seat auditorium.
So check out the amazing movies now showing at The Giant Screen and coming soon;
Oscar® winner Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds star in the action-thriller SAFE HOUSE.Also showing are: WILD OCEAN 3D, SEA REX 3D, 3D SUN, MUMMIES 3D, TORNADO ALLEY 3D and more.
With 30% off films on offer simply print off the voucher here at www.visittheheart.co.uk and See movies explode into life on the Giant screen in stunning digital clarity. 

A DAY OUT – The Giant Screen at Millennium Point

See films in a new light. Cinema-goers in Birmingham are placed at the forefront of cinema technology that delivers an unforgettable experience. With its new stunning, digitally presented clarity, its massive screen and sophisticated sound system, The Giant Screen at Millennium Point has to be seen to be believed!

                                          

The cinema at Millennium Point has been transformed to become the Midlands’ largest independent giant screen digital 3D cinema. This improvement means they can now show a wider selection of 3D feature films as well as a variety of 2D movies and documentaries, plus in the future, a wider range of content including live screenings of music and sports events. With a new and improved projection system which includes twin state-of-the-art Barco 4K digital projectors, paired with industry-leading Dolby Digital 3D technology. The cinema is still classified as a Giant Screen Cinema!

By introducing this state-of-the-art digital 3D projection technology, it means you can see even more of the titles that you want on the giant screen.

With their superior 15000w sound system that has also been upgraded. The new giant screen remains as a perforated screen to accommodate the surround sound speakers located directly behind the screen. The giant silver screen has been replaced with a new white screen the same impressive 21 metre width as before, and new luxury seating has been installed throughout the auditorium. The new screen and new projection system will mean that the projected image will better fit the screen and give you an awe-inspiring experience that’s going to keep you coming back time and time again.

Why not make it a group outing with discounts available to groups of over 10 people.  Thinktank Gift Vouchers in £5, £10, or £20 denominations can also be used to purchase The Giant Screen tickets. Or if you fancy a private screening you can actually hire out the 400 seat auditorium.


So check out the amazing movies
now showing at The Giant Screen and coming soon;

Oscar® winner Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds star in the action-thriller
SAFE HOUSE.
Also showing are: WILD OCEAN 3D, SEA REX 3D, 3D SUN, MUMMIES 3D, TORNADO ALLEY 3D and more.

With 30% off films on offer simply print off the voucher here at www.visittheheart.co.uk and See movies explode into life on the Giant screen in stunning digital clarity. 

A Day Out at Dudley Zoological Gardens

Fancy meeting the rarest animals on the planet? Well we have the perfect place for you.

Enjoy a day out at the Zoo but not just any Zoo. The unique Dudley Zoological Gardens is a 40-acre zoo located within the grounds of Dudley Castle in the town of Dudley, in the Black Country region of the West Midlands. There’s more; it is also based within a 200-acre densely-wooded site which includes an 11th century castle!

The Dudley Zoological Gardens opened to the public on 18 May 1937. It is now home to over 170 species and more than 1300 creatures including hundreds of endangered bats who live in limestone caverns beneath the zoo; the largest man-made caves in Britain.

Their most endangered species include Asiatic lions, Sumatran tigers, Bornean orang utans, Tibetan red pandas, Rothschild giraffes, Madagascan lemurs, and Humboldt penguins.

There are plenty of extra activities you can take part in at no extra cost such as Bird of Prey shows, the Giraffe talk time, Sea Lion encounter, or the Ghost tour. Go and watch feeding time for the penguins, or the Baboons and why not meet the animals on the farm. Not to mention the gift shop where you can pick up your favourite toy animals and take them home with you.

Activities you can do that cost a little extra. Your purchase actively supports the vital conservation programmes and helps pay for special animal treats, toys, bedding, health checks, food bills, heating and more. So why not adopt an animal with a huge range to choose from. Adopt Yasmin the Red Panda as a gift for your loved one this Valentines Day and receive: Personalised Certificate of Adoption Fact Sheet about Yasmin, Photograph, Quarterly ZooNooz, two Complimentary Tickets, Cuddly toy Red Panda and a Personalised Plaque with your own special message. This is based on the Gold Adoption Packs only for £45.00 and offer only valid until 14th February 2012.

If you want something a bit more hands on then you can book a close encounters’ experience. These are for two people, last around 30 minutes and make a fantastic birthday, anniversary or Christmas gift. You can choose from feeding the Giraffes, Feed the Penguins, Meet the Chimps, Meet the Lions (for ages 16+) or .

Or have a go at being a zoo keeper for a day. Experience a rare chance to work with many endangered animals. Participants work alongside their own personal zoo keeper and in all areas of the zoo! Go behind the scenes to see how the Zoo works and meet animals such as giraffes, tapirs and red pandas. Help to feed, clean and care for the animals on the farm.

We have a great two for one offer to visit Dudley Zoological Gardens available as part of our February Love the Heart of England Campaign, simply visit our site and print your voucher www.visittheheart.co.uk.

We look forward to seeing you!

Fun times at the Ironbridge Gorge Museums

Treat yourself this February Half-Term and spend a day, or two or three even checking out all that The Ironbridge Gorge Museums have to offer.

With a whole host of great activities taking place, families will be able to join in a wide range of workshops and challenges from decorating tiles and sculpting Chinese New Year dragons with clay to building and launching a rocket! Not to mention the award winning museum itself in all its glory.

There’s plenty of fun to be had for all ages. You can meet the Victorians at Blists Hill Victorian Town… visit their shops, homes and workplaces; enjoy traditional Fish and Chips and a ride on the Fairground. The open-air museum allows visitors to experience an atmospheric way of Victorian life in the late 1800’s. Life is re-enacted by townsfolk who wear the attire of the day and who go about their daily lives in the shops and workplaces of this authentic Victorian community. Many have been specially trained with specific skills and crafts and are ready to demonstrate to visitors exactly how certain tasks would have been done in a small industrial town.

Discover your creative side this February Half-Term with fun hands-on activities.

Here’s what’s happening this month and you don’t want to miss out!

Visit Blists Hill Victorian Town during February half-term and take part in two fantastic hands-on workshops. Discover the art of candle dipping or create your own Valentine’s card in these great family-friendly activities which run from Saturday 11th until Sunday 19th February 2012.

The museum is holding a series of Valentine’s card making workshops in association with The British Postal Museum & Archive (BPMA). These fun hands-on workshops will be based upon the BPMA’s beautiful collection of original Victorian Valentine’s Day cards. Visitors can put their artistic skills and imagination to good use in the Goods Shed to create their own special card for a loved one. The card-making workshops are included in the admission fee and are great fun for all the family.

Candle-dipping workshops will also be available in the Goods Shed as part of the museum’s half-term activities. Visitors can try their hand at creating their own special candle in these fun-filled workshops with each candle costing just £1.30.

During the course of the week visitors will also be able to take a look at a small yet fascinating display of original Victorian Valentine’s Day cards including Victorian ‘hate’ cards at the Victorian Post Office, courtesy of the BPMA.

Enginuity - The Games and Me 11th - 19th February

Have your own London 2012 experience through ‘The Games and Me’ when you’ll be able to test your speed, reaction and skills using state of the art sports equipment.

See whether you can beat the fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt, as you appear on the giant screen running alongside him. Try kicking footballs from across the ages to see how they perform, and test your reactions using our Batak Wall.

Also at Enginuity you can build and launch your own rockets and take part in the rocket speed challenge.

These activities are part of the Museums’ on-going Science Sport Life programme celebrating the 2012 Games and the Games and Me initiative and are supported by West Midlands for 2012.

Coalport China Museum - Celebrate the Chinese Year of the Dragon 13th – 17th February

Celebrate the Chinese Year of the Dragon at Coalport China Museum with a series of hands-on family activities from Monday 13 to Friday 17 February.

Join drop-in ceramic workshops modelling a clay dragon or try painting an oriental ceramic flower or fridge magnet depicting an animal from the Chinese zodiac. There’s also a chance to solve Chinese puzzles, read storybooks and follow a Chinese Zodiac trail around the museum; activities will vary from day-to-day.

The half-term workshops at Coalport China Museum will be held from 11am until 1pm and 2pm until 4pm; ceramic activities carry costs in addition to entry fees with items sent home after firing.


Jackfield Tile Museum - Tile Decorating 13th – 17th February

Let your creativity run wild at these fun drop-in workshops at Jackfield Tile Museum. In an informal session you’ll learn the tile decorating technique known as ‘tube lining’ or ‘slip-trailing’, and by the end of the experience you’ll have produced a 6 x 6 inch tile featuring your very own design in a range of beautiful colours. The price is £7.95 per tile plus admission (P&P is extra).

Workshops run from 10am. It takes up to 1 hour and 30 minutes to decorate your tile so last admission to the workshops is at 3.15pm.

 
There’s plenty to see and do at The Ironbridge Gorge Museums. Keep up to date with our offers and our February Half-Term Schools out Campaign visit www.visitheartofengland.com and receive great offers for Ironbridge such as a Free Child Passport Ticket when an Adult Passport Ticket is purchased!!

  

Activities Galore this February!

With February Half–Term and Valentine’s Day Approaching don’t worry Visit the Heart has it covered with Great offers to keep you going through the holiday.

Here is just a taster to get you started, check out the campaign for all our offers!

Iron bridgeIronbridge Gorge Museum - Free Child Passport Ticket

There are ten award-winning Museums spread along the valley beside the River Severn which is proudly spanned by the world’s first Cast Iron Bridge built in 1779.  The museums give you the chance to see the products that set industry on its path and the machines that made them. The Ironbridge Gorge Museums have thought of everything; with an abundance of interactive worshops available for the Kids to partake in this half-term it’s a perfect opportunity to take advantage of their offer. With every Adult Passport ticket purchased you receive a Childs Passport ticket Free. This gives you access to all 10 museums and is valid for 12 months! 

Dudley Zoological Gardens - 2 for 1

Guaranteed to keep you amused all day long! Dudley Zoological Gardens is not like any ordinary zoo. They have over 1300 animals, over 168 species and some of the rarest creatures on Earth, not to mention being home to hundreds of endangered bats who live in limestone caverns beneath the zoo.

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The site is based on an impressive 40-acre site and did you know it also has the largest man-made caves in Britain! If this isn’t enough for you to explore, the zoo is set around an 11th century castle incorporating the world’s largest single collection of Tecton buildings all sited on a wooded hillside with a rich geological history! So grab your 2 for 1 offer and go enjoy yourself.



The Giant Screen at Millennium Point – 30% off Films

The Giant Screen at Millennium Point is now open.
See movies explode into life on the largest cinema screen in the Midlands in stunning digital clarity. 

big eyesThe giant silver screen has now been replaced with a new white screen and new luxury seating installed throughout the auditorium.

The cinema shows a wide selection of 3D feature films as well as a large variety of 2D movies and documentaries so check out what’s showing. With 30% off films on offer book your place now!

Shakespeare Birthplace Houses Trust - 2 for 1

shakespeare birthplaceDiscover the floral symbolism and language of love in Shakespeare’s plays, plus the opening of a new heart shaped lavender maze this half-term.
Take part in their Valentines Experience 14th and 18th February where you can propose to a loved one with a glass of bubbly, commemorative photograph and a specially recited sonnet.

Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Nash’s House & New Place and Hall’s Croft are located in Stratford town centre. All three properties are within easy walking distance and can be visited in one day.

Shakespeare’s Birthplace has been welcoming visitors for over 250 years. William Shakespeare grew up here and he played here. He ate meals in the hall and he slept and dreamed in these rooms. Shakespeare also spent the first five years of married life in this house with his new wife, Anne Hathaway. What better place to enjoy a day out and learn about one of the country’s greatest writers of all time.

Check out www.visittheheart.com and grab your offers now before it’s too late!