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Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Tour - All Five Houses Ticket

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Shakespeare’s Birthplace

Follow Shakespeare’s childhood and early married years through the very rooms he lived in.

Famous Beyond Words Exhibition

Your journey starts in the Shakespeare Centre. Explore how Shakespeare has been enjoyed and interpreted through the centuries.

Shakespeare’s Birthplace

Experience the home environment that shaped Shakespeare’s early life and explore his father’s glove-making workshop. Meet the locals in Shakespeare’s Tavern, open for business once again!

Shakespeare Aloud!

Catch the resident actors bringing Shakespeare’s works to life. Make a request, or even join in!

Hall’s Croft

Admire the luxurious Jacobean home of Shakespeare’s daughter Susanna and her husband Dr John Hall.

How the other half live

Explore the wealthy, luxurious home of Shakespeare’s daughter and her husband, Dr John Hall; Flemish painting and fine furniture.

A doctor’s paradise

Rest in the beautiful walled garden, a fragrant oasis of medicinal herbs.

Anne Hathaway’s Cottage

Savour the history of a 500 year old-thatched cottage and relive Shakespeare’s love story where he courted his bride-to-be, Anne Hathaway.

A House with history

Relive Shakespeare’s Tudor love story where he courted Anne his bride-to-be and see original furniture, including the Hathaway bed. Uncover five centuries of stories in this picturesque cottage and 13 generations of the family who lived there.

Woodland, orchards, listed gardens

Walking nine acres of grounds, every season holds something new. From the cottage garden bursting with life in spring, to sculpture and stunning autumn colours in the orchard.

Mary Arden’s Tudor Farm (open March to November)

Meet the animals, talk to the Tudors, explore the woods and try Tudor food in the café at Shakespeare’s mother’s farm.

Living Tudor Life

Meet the Tudors who run the farm just as Shakespeare’s mother would have done. You can see them prepare and eat their Tudor dinner every day.

Explore and Play

Enjoy the farmyard, playground and historic buildings. Play hide and seek in the willow tunnels, meet rare-breed animals.

A busy daily schedule

Falconry, geese-herding, Tudor Dinner, craft demonstrations, horse grooming, milking demonstrations…there’s so much to do!

Shakespeare’s New Place

Visit Stratford-Upon-Avon’s newest and most exciting attraction. Visit Stratford-Upon Avon’s newest and most exciting attraction. Enter through the Gatehouse where Shakespeare’s front door used to be, explore the site of his family home. Wander through beautiful gardens, including the restored Knot Garden with breath-taking new sculptures that bring his works to life. Discover a picture of his family life and the part he played in his home town in the brand new exhibition.

Opening times:

19 March – 3 July & 31 August – 30 October - 10:00-17:00

4 July – 30 August - 10:00-17:00