My sister and I are going to be in Stratford-upon-Avon for two days in May, and we're hoping (among other things) to visit Shakespeare's grave in Holy Trinity Church. When I look on their website under opening times, though, one of the days (a Thursday) isn't listed at all, and the other day (a Wednesday) says, "12:15 - 14:00" and then in bold, "12:15 No access to Shakespeare's Grave." I'm having some trouble interpreting this, and I'm wondering if someone can help. Does that mean that there is no access for the entire time the church is open that day, or that there are staggered entry times (I've seen no evidence of this elsewhere on their site) and the 12:15 entry time has no access, but a later one does? Do I need to give up on seeing the grave on this trip?
Also, any advice on what can/can't be missed and/or the best order in which to do things in S-on-A would be appreciated. We're big Shakespeare people (both English majors), so we definitely want to cover most of the Shakespeare sites, and we've already bought tickets for an RSC performance. But are there other sites worth visiting? For instance, is Tudor World more of a cheesy museum experience for kids, or would two (ahem) mature women enjoy it? Any other sights, restaurants, etc., that you can recommend?