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Blue Badge Guided Tours


Use a professional Blue Badge Tourist Guide to explore Shakespeare’s England and beyond and find out what the region has to offer. As part of a guided tour, visit Stratford-upon-Avon, Royal Leamington Spa, Warwick, Kenilworth and the nearby medieval city of Coventry. You can also explore further into The Cotswolds.

Bring your visit alive by listening to an entertaining and informative commentary. Roger Bailey offers guided walking and coach tours of the Heart of England, specialising in Shakespeare’s England.

Hear about William Shakespeare, King Richard III, The Kingmaker and others from an expert guide during your visit to this region.

Visitor Info

Roger Bailey, as a professional Heart of England Blue badge Tourist Guide, offers guided walking and coach tours for pre-booked groups across the region. Guided tours on offer include walking tours of Royal Leamington Spa, Warwick and its castle, Kenilworth and a town tour of Stratford-upon-Avon. There is also a guided coach tour of this famous market town which passes all five houses associated with the story of William Shakespeare.

The ‘South Warwickshire Discovery tour’, is based on a tourist trip once operated by Midland Red, as far back as the 1920’s. It lasts a day and with the use of your coach, includes visits to all the locations mentioned above. The route also takes in the best of the local countryside and passes through several attractive places of interest with many stories to tell, including links to Jane Austen and other famous writers. Roger will also step onto your coach and give a guided tour of The Cotswolds and offers a variety of mostly walking tours of Oxford.

Roger as a Coventry Green Badge Tourist Guide offers both walking and coach tours of the nearby medieval city of Coventry, linked to both the English Civil War and the War of the Roses. It also has links to Shakespeare and King Richard III, as well as many others. Besides its three cathedrals, there is the medieval Guildhall, which has seen many famous visitors, plus the famous Coventry Transport Museum.

Tours of nearby Birmingham and its links to music and Tolkien, Rugby, Black Country and much more are also avaiable.


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