HISTORY buffs are being offered a helping hand to delve into Warwickshire’s rich past.
Shakespeare’s England, which promotes tourism in the county, has launched a the Explorer Pass which enables visitors to purchase a one to three day pass to visit up to 19 different attractions, and save money on standard admission charges.
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 discounts at shops, hotels, and restaurants.
Helen Peters, chief executive of Shakespeare’s England, said “We are delighted to launch our new Explorer Pass which offers both domestic and overseas visitors all-in-one access to leading attractions as well as a variety of added value benefits and discounts.
“We want to encourage visitors to explore further afield seeing attractions they may not have thought to visit, as well as staying longer to experience the very best that our region has to offer.”
An adult pass is £49 for the one day pass rising to £75 for a three day pass. Child passes are also available.
Visit www.shakespeares-england.co.uk/explorer-pass for full details on where to buy the Explorer Pass.