After reading about Emily’s adventures, you may wish to plan your own trip to the Cotswold region of England. Here’s a list of websites to help you choose places to go or just to dream about a trip you might take some day.

Official Cotswold Tourist Information  

The Cotswolds region of southern England is famous for the beauty of its countryside, golden stone villages, stately homes and gardens. At its official site, you’ll find out about historic houses, hiking trails, tours of the countryside, inns, bed and breakfasts and more. Browse through gorgeous photos.

Tourist information for Stratford Upon Avon

Plan your visit to Shakespeare’s lovely hometown.  Read about places to stay, restaurants and pubs, theatres, tours and places to visit. 

Shakespeare’s Birthplace

Walk in the footsteps of William Shakespeare in the restored 16th-century half-timbered house where he was born and lived with his family

Anne Hathaway’s Cottage 

Visit the beautiful cottage where Shakespeare courted his future wife and walk through the lovely gardens

Mary Arden’s Farm

Discover the home of Shakespeare’s mother, now a working Tudor farm with craft and falconry demonstrations, a farmyard, and historic buildings.

Warwick Castle

Take a virtual tour of the castle ramparts where Emily and Jack climbed to the top of the castle. Learn about demonstrations of jousting and falconry, historic tours and adventures.


In Avebury village you’ll see the largest prehistoric stone circle in Britain, built during the Neolithic period. Visitors are free to roam among the stones and may even touch them.