Public Transport Information
Open air bus tours
If you are looking for a slightly quicker way to see as much as Stratford-upon-Avon can offer , is to use one of the Sightseeing Open Air Buses, these buses will take you through the sights and on a sunny day in the open air you can soak up the atmosphere of the bards town.
The Sightseeing Open Air Buses allow you to see the following:
- Shakespeare's Birthplace
- Anne Hathaway's Cottage
- Mary Arden's House
- New Place
- Nash's House and Hall's Croft
- The Royal Shakespeare Theatre
- The Holy Trinity Church
- The Old 15th Century Grammar School where Shakespeare was educated
PLEASE NOTE: Routes can change depending on road works and unforeseen events, always check the City Sightseeing website before booking
Stagecoach run regular buses around Stratford and the surrounding area, please click here to view time table and bus information.
The Shakespeare Express
Stratford to Birmingham Experience a trip to Brum reminiscent of times gone by! This regular summer Sunday express steam train service operates between Stratford-upon-Avon & Birmingham Snow Hill.
For timetables and fare information visit: www.shakespeareexpress.com/se.htm
*image from Shakespeareexpress.com
Stratford-upon-Avon Railway Station
The railway station is located at 1 Station Road, Stratford-uponAvon, CV37 6PL. Trains to Birmingham run hourly by London Midland Trains and trains to London run every two hours by Chiltern Rai. For more information on connections, timetables and tickets, visit www.stratfordstation.com