Nice church and interesting to see where Shakespeare and his wife are buried. Recommended three pound donation per adult. Right on the river Avon. Pretty, old cemetery.
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There are no shortage of attractions in Stratford-upon-Avon competing for your attention but that should be the near the top of your list is the Holy Trinity Church. It is located a short walk - through pleasant grounds and on the banks of the River...More
This church is divine. The grave of Shakespeare is inside the building but what makes this experience is the fact at how well the church has embraced the local tapestry of the arts. It is a credit to every one involved and the organ is...More
A lovely old church in a wonderful position on the side of the Avon. It is well kept standing in a large graveyard. There is a charge of £3 to see Shakespeares tomb which is in the side of the chancel , but why not...More
We made a brief stop in Stratford-upon-Avon on our drive to sites further north. The intention had been just to stop at the church and then move on, but we were really surprised at the lovely park nearby and even spent some time in the...More
We walked along the river to this stunning church, looking at the beautiful lamp posts on the way. The garden with the out door stage is beautifully kept, no plays seen, but I imagine sitting watching in the sun would be bliss. The church yard...More
Let's be truthful in busy times Stratford down by the RSC is positively overrun and full of ice cream vans that make it difficult to 'feel' history. It's a different scene entirely if you make the effort to walk to this church which is beautiful...More
Beautiful situated at the banks of the river Avon. If you dare, visit the graveyard at night. Inside lots of little stories to discover about Shakespeare's life and the era he lived in.
You need to make a contribution to the upkeep of the church to approach William Shakespeare's tomb - buy who would begrudge that!