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I absolutely ♥️ the Tudor Guild Shop! I have spent a lot of time & money in this store buying souvenirs during my four visits to the Oregon Shakespeare Theatre! Everything you could ever want is right there!
It caters to all tastes, ages &...More
One of my favorite shops in Ashland. They have such a wide variety of all things Shakespeare. Wonderful cards, huge selection of books, costumes, t-shirts, jewelry, music, etc.
A great place to pick up some wonderful gifts for yourself or those who couldn't attend.
LOVE the Tudor Guild Shop both for picking up gifts to bring home and for browsing before, after, and in between shows. They carry a HUGE variety of items: clothing and jewelry for adults and children, costumes, Elizabethan masks, books, toys, souvenirs, posters, postcards, teas,...More
Very cute place.. They had all these little stuff that a gift collector may find amusing and even worth buying. Complements the Oregon Shakespeare Festival very well! If you're a first time visitor, make sure to drop by!
I love gift shops, and this one does not disappoint. Tucked beside the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, the Tudor Guild Shop offers Elizabethan and Shakespeare-related products. Most of their offerings are pretty standard gift shop wares. There are handmade jewelry pieces, sweatshirts, the usual logo caps,...More
They have lots of items related to the festival including literature, clothing, jewelry, and a variety to gifts from touristy type items to some very nice collectable pieces. Members do get a discount so consider becoming a member.
End of the season and previous years...More
This is a wonderful gift shop that is located in the Oregon Shakespeare Theatre venue. As the shop title suggests, the theme inside is "Elizabethan." There are so many types of gifts available for many age groups. We discovered and lingered over their displays of...More