Places to visit in Warwickshire

From big city shopping to picturesque village life, Studley Castle is surrounded by some of the best places to visit in Warwickshire. Ranging from Shakespeare’s birthplace to the modern, urban style of Birmingham (and everything in between), the towns and cities of our local area represent some of the best and most varied destinations in the local area.

Stratford-upon-Avon in Warwickshire.


30-min drive from Studley Castle, CV37 7LS
The postcode we’ve used will take you straight to the hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus, taking you through medieval streets to 11 of Stratford’s historic landmarks, with views of the River Avon and live English commentary of your journey.

Worcester City in Warwickshire.

Worcester City

41-min drive from Studley Castle, WR1 2QE
The cathedral city of Worcester lies on the River Severn, and is also known for its world-famous Worcester porcelain, historic relevance and, of course, Worcestershire sauce. With a vibrant high street, civil war museums and contemporary art galleries.

Birmingham City in Warwickshire.

Birmingham City

37-min drive from Studley Castle, B2 4QA
England’s second city is a hive of activity, with its bustling Bull Ring, network of canals, tram system, national sea life centre, cafés, restaurants and art gallery, famous for its pre-Raphaelite pieces. Whether you’re going for the shopping, the history, or just a spot of sightseeing there’s lots to do.

Henley-in-Arden in Warwickshire.


14-min drive from Studley Castle, B95 5AA
The mile-long high street of Henley-in-Arden boasts stunning Georgian architecture and over 150 buildings of historic interest, as well as the famous Henley Ice Cream parlour which dates from the 16th century and serves 50 locally-made flavours.

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