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Warwick Castle, Shakespeares England & Oxford with Admission

by Evan Evans Tours
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Non-refundable No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required)

Highlights

  • Warwick Castle, one of the finest working castles in England

  • Historic Stratford-upon-Avon & Shakespeare's birthplace

  • Scenic drive down the Cotswolds charming avenues

  • Chance to explore the idyllic & serene University of Oxford

  • Informative live commentary on your personal audio headset

Highlights

  • Warwick Castle, one of the finest working castles in England

  • Historic Stratford-upon-Avon & Shakespeare's birthplace

  • Scenic drive down the Cotswolds charming avenues

  • Chance to explore the idyllic & serene University of Oxford

  • Informative live commentary on your personal audio headset

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Warwick Castle, Shakespeares England & Oxford with Admission

Activity Location

Oxford

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Victoria Coach Station, Gates 1–5

    164 Buckingham Palace Road

    London SW1W 9TP


Description

Spend the day exploring castles, charming villages, and historic cities on this immersive tour. See the quaint English homes in the Cotswolds, walk through the mediaeval Warwick Castle, visit Shakespeare’s birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon, and stroll down the cobbled streets of Oxford.

Leave London behind as you’re transported to the English countryside, making your way to Warwick Castle. Visit the extravagant interiors of the Great Hall and State Rooms, climb the towers for an archer’s view of the historic town of Warwick, and enter the multi-sensory Kingmaker attraction and journey back to 1471 as Richard Neville prepares his army for battle.

Next, head to Stratford-upon-Avon, where you can learn about the life and works of William Shakespeare as you wander around this delightful town where he was born.. You’ll visit the place where Shakespeare’s story began, his birthplace and family home where you’ll hear tales of his family life and enjoy live theatre performances. Return to the tour bus and drive through the Cotswolds on your way to Oxford, passing through pleasant villages with thatched cottages, tea shops, and ancient inns—cutesy charisma bursting from the seams of every building you pass.

Your final stop is in Oxford, where you embark on a guided walking tour of the University of Oxford, touring the magnificent halls of Christ Church where Harry Potter was filmed. Stop at the Bodleian Library and amble through lush green courtyards surrounded by ornate English architecture before heading back to London.


Inclusions

  • Guided tour of Warwick Castle, Stratford-upon-Avon, the Cotswolds & Oxford

  • Admission to Warwick Castle and Shakespeare’s birthplace

  • WiFi on board tour bus

  • Roundtrip transport to and from central London

  • Live tour commentary provided in English

  • Personal headset for tour commentary


Exclusions

  • Meals and drinks

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off


Know Before You Book

  • Children aged 2 and younger are complimentary provided they do not occupy their own seat.

  • Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.

  • Please note that the order in which the attractions are visited may vary seasonally or for operational reasons.


Warwick Castle, Shakespeares England & Oxford with Admission ratings based on 11 Verified Reviews

Expedia-Verified Reviews

4 out of 5

1/5 21 Sep. 2019

Avoid this company (there are so many better options available!) I can’t even begin to tell you how disappointed I am in this tour company and the lack of customer service they’ve shown at both their meeting point and through email. Arriving 1 minute late, seeing their busses pulling out, I was not allowed to join my tour despite emailing ahead of time that there were major delays on the underground line beyond my control and I was doing my best but might be a couple of minutes late. On this 4-week vacation, we’ve done so many tours with great companies - all have said something along the lines “we’re going to just wait 5 minutes because people might be dealing with transit issues” (I’d know because I’m never late and was there). This company’s response is that they have very tight timeline they have to keep (fair enough), but then why do I see their 9am tour busses leaving at 9:04 and 9:06? I wish I would have booked with another company (there are plenty of better options out th