Open air arts are one of the most famed England attractions, during the warmer months of summer. Imagine being immersed in the magical sonnets of Shakespeare on a pleasant summer’s eve, as you sit amongst fellow audience members, in a beautiful open aired theatre. Scattered throughout the cities and the England countryside, there are more than ten locations to experience open air arts.
For lovers of Shakespeare, watching a performance at The Globe is a must see England attraction. While performers put on a show in the round, much of the original architecture and seating still remains, with a standing area close by the main stage, surrounded by seating. Ticket prices for a show at the globe are very affordable, so this is also a great option for people who are travelling on a budget, but still wish to experience the true beauty of the English culture.
The Yorkshire Sculpture Park is made up of over 500 acres of 18th century parklands. While many visitors may stumble across this beautiful location, as a place to have a picnic or an area to take a leisurely sunset stroll, the park forms a natural gallery for more than 60 outdoor sculptures. Dating back many centuries, these sculptures are part of England’s history and one of the most beautiful, best kept secrets. There are also four indoor galleries throughout The Yorkshire Sculpture Park, so be sure to discover the magic that awaits you.
With endless numbers of breathtaking parks, enormous amphitheatre’s and natural wonders scattering England’s countryside, you will be sure to have the perfect summer’s day. Embrace the barmy England weather and experience the true historical beauty of the arts.