City Sightseeing in Stratford-upon-Avon now offers visitors to the town the ideal route to all of its major attractions. The company operate open-air bus tours that depart every twenty minutes during the summer months. Twenty-four and forty-eight hour passes can be purchased either in advance from the City Sightseeing website, from a ticket seller on the street or directly from the bus driver. This allows you absolute freedom to see the historic sights of Stratford as you are allowed to ‘hop-on and hop-off’ as many times as you wish whilst your ticket is valid.
Over twenty tourist attractions are within walking distance of the various bus stops, with the buses even travelling a few miles out of the town centre towards Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, Mary Arden’s House and Stratford Armouries. Visiting the multitude of varying attractions has never been easier.
Discounts to various tourist hotspots are also offered when purchased with a City Sightseeing ticket. Tickets consisting of a bus pass with access to three, four, or five Shakespeare Houses are obtainable. However these discounted tickets are not solely combined with Shakespearian buildings, as discounted tickets to the National Sealife Centre in Birmingham city centre can also be purchased.
Twenty-four hour passes start at just £6 for children, £10 for both students and seniors, with an adult pass costing £12. Family passes, valid for up to two adults and three children are also available for a mere £27. Forty-eight hour passes offer excellent if your stay is longer than one night, with adult passes costing £18, students and seniors £15, and children £9.
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