Lovely historic church containing the grave of Shakespeare. My tip is take your time and read the pamphlet that tells you all about the other fascinating features of the church not just the grave itself. When we were there a coach party had arrived so if that happens to you let them get out of the way, they're only likely to be there for a short while and then you can see the site without the crush of tourists. There is a lot of history in this church so take it all in. There is a £2 fee to see the grave but that really is a small price to pay.Well worth a visit.
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