Where To Visit On A Warwickshire Canal Break

Setting off on a Warwickshire narrowboat will, no doubt, be the highlight of your summer, but if you’re wondering what attractions you can visit during your relaxing break, we have some suggestions you might be interested in.


  • Visit Royal Shakespeare Theatre

Literary fans should make sure they include a trip to Stratford-upon-Avon, where they can visit the birthplace of William Shakespeare. The beautiful market town is still home to the house and gardens of his childhood sweetheart Anne Hathaway, as well as Hall’s Croft, where his daughter Susanna lived with her husband Dr John Hall.

Don’t miss the chance to see one of the playwright’s works performed at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre by the world-famous Royal Shakespeare Company.


  • Head back in time at Warwick Castle

If you’re a history fan, why not explore 1,100 years of English history at Warwick Castle? There are lots of exciting attractions and events taking place at the castle over the summer, including its medieval-themed Knight’s Village, an evening theatrical performance of Dragon Slayer, an overnight stay in the castle grounds, lots of Zog activities, birds of prey shows, and live action performances among many more.


  • Get haunted at Tudor World

If you love anything spooky, head to Tudor World, where you can take part in an immersive experience in the haunted building. Step back in time to Tudor life with its reconstructed sets in this 16th Century building, and learn more about the area’s haunted past by joining its ghost tour of Stratford-upon-Avon.


To book your luxury narrowboat hire in Warwickshire this summer, call us today.

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