There is an exhibition about Shakespeare's work and how influential it was before you get to the house which is very good. The house itself has been well restored. The wallpapers and wood panels are stunning. The garden is quite small but has a few tables, chairs and benches. All in all I think the house would be worth a look even if it wasn't Shakespeare's birthplace.
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