Alcester is a market town in the central English county of Alcester between regionals hubs Redditch and Stratford upon Avon.
Close to Alcester, Shakespeare’s birthplace is a popular attraction. In 1564 Shakespeare was born at a house on Henley Street in Stratford Upon Avon and today this building is a museum dedicated to the writer’s life. With a variety of exhibitions and extensive memorabilia, Shakespeare’s Birthplace is as in-depth a look at the Bard’s life and times as any other installation on the planet.
Coughton Court is a nearby Tudor stately home that’s famed for its stunning formal gardens, featuring a range of beautiful flowers. A Grade I listed building, Coughton Court dates back to the 15th century and remains a popular attraction for history buffs and flora enthusiasts from across the UK.
Throughout the area, from Kinwarton to Cookhill, Floom’s Alcester flower delivery covers the whole region.