About Stratford-upon-Avon Railway Station
Stratford-upon-Avon Railway station is the main train station serving Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire. It was opened in 1860, and was quickly acquired by British rail pioneers the Great Western Railway. It was the only train station in Stratford-upon-Avon for over a century, before the Stratford Parkway Railway Station was opened in the north of the town in 2013.
Stratford-upon-Avon: Discover Shakespeare’s country
Stratford-upon-Avon has been drawing literature buffs for centuries, being the home to two of Shakespeare’s houses and his burial place. The town maintains a great deal of pride as the birthplace of the bard, with the Swan Theatre housing a traditional Elizabethan stage, on which many of Shakespeare’s most popular plays have been performed. Those looking for even more historical intrigue can visit the Nearby Warwick castle, Mary Arden’s Farm, and rustic, friendly pubs that Shakespeare himself drank in.
Step back in time at Hall’s Croft
Hall’s Croft is a beautiful Jacobean house in Stratford, once the home of Shakespeare’s eldest daughter, and her husband Dr John Hall. Faithfully maintained in its historic décor, the house offers an intriguing look into life in medieval England. Here, you can wander through its peaceful walled garden, get an up-close look at some Elizabethan medical instruments, and enjoy a potent atmosphere of life in the 1600s.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Stratford-upon-Avon Railway Station? Travelodge Stratford-upon-Avon hotel is just a five-minute drive away, and Travelodge Stratford Alcester Hotel can be reached in quarter of an hour.