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Visit Shakespeare’s Birthplace to walk in Shakespeare’s footsteps and explore the house where he was born and grew up. Hear tales of Shakespeare’s family life, enjoy live theatre on demand and get up close to rare artefacts from the Trust’s world...more
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Henley Street, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6QW, England
All reviews glove making actors performing gift shop his life house ticket shakespeare fans old house interesting visit anne hathaway's cottage value for money well worth the visit great place to visit birthplace garden stratford scenes information
We bought the Full Story ticket which gave us entry to the most popular tourist attractions in Stratford upon Avon. Great savings and a must if visiting for the first time! We easily managed to get round them all in a day.
From the outside this is a charming and, being the birthplace of the Bard, significant building. However, our visit to the interior was disappointing and didn't really add much to our experience. The first half seems to be little more than a long corridor designed...More
Well worth a visit. Wonderfully preserved and renovated. It’s hard to imagine a trip to Stratford upon Avon without seeing where the Master himself was born. A fascinating history lesson, and good value
Of all the houses this is my least favourite. The exhibition is good, although the house itself is ok and informative it is just not as engaging as the others. The full story ticket us worth it. We did this property last of all of...More
This lovely half timber home was the family home of Shakespeare as well as his father’s glove business. The building has been restored and while none of the furniture is original, it is appears that most of it is from the correct period. The staff...More
saw from the outside as we were on the town tour walk, we had no time to visit inside but it was impressive from the outside and had been lovingly restored and in keeping, maybe next time we will have time to visit.
Really interesting museum and house. Great to see how it really looks in each room. Good Shakespeare entertainment outside too. Recommend purchasing the full package on line beforehand (£20 each for the 5 main Shakespeare attractions on line)
I took my teenage daughters to the birthplace museum. We found it very informative. It was interesting walking through the gardens and his early home. The place was busy but not overwhelming. The shop had lots of Shakespeare memorabilia. It is in a very pretty...More
We started at Birthplace as opens st 10.00 and took about an hour for visit as small museum attached. We then walked to New Place (10 min), then Halls Croft (5 min). Worth then popping into Trinity Church (5 min) as he is... More
We started at Birthplace as opens st 10.00 and took about an hour for visit as small museum attached. We then walked to New Place (10 min), then Halls Croft (5 min). Worth then popping into Trinity Church (5 min) as he is buried here but not on ticket so they ask £3 each voluntary contribution. These are all 30 min to hour to look around. Anne Hathaway cottage is then a mile walk (20 min) or you can drive as loads of parking. I think it’s the nicest bit. We did all of them same day and still had time to visit shops on high street. We fix farm on the next day as more to do there especially for children. Make sure you buy on line ticket for all houses even if you do not do farm as big saving
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Yes they are valid for one year. The tickets will be printed with your name on it, so it's non transferable, and if you buy the full ticket it will allow you entry to all five of the Shakespeare venues: Shakespeares... More
Yes they are valid for one year. The tickets will be printed with your name on it, so it's non transferable, and if you buy the full ticket it will allow you entry to all five of the Shakespeare venues: Shakespeares birthplace, Mary Arden's Farm, New Place, Hall's croft and Anne Hathaway's cottage. It's great value for money.