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Visitors enjoying Shakespeare's family homes

Tickets

  • Houses tickets allow unlimited entry for 12 months from the date of purchase
  • Family tickets admit up to 2 adults and 4 children (age 5 - 17 in full time education)
  • Children under 5 go free 
  • Concessions are available for over 60s and students in full time education
  • Tickets can be purchased online up to 24 hours before your visit

New Place & Nash's House closure

New Place & Nash’s House is currently closed.
Read about our plans for New Place.

Houses Passes including Harvard House will also grant entry to Shakespeare’s New Place when it reopens in Spring 2016.

 

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Dogs are welcome in the gardens at Shakespeare's Birthplace, Anne Hathaway's and Hall's Croft, provided they are accompanied and on a lead.

We are unable to welcome dogs at Mary Arden's Farm, except for assistance dogs. 

 

Scroll down for Opening Times and Prices, or download an overview here.

We recommend visiting the Holy Trinity Church website for information regarding opening times and services that may affect access to visit Shakespeare's Grave.

 

Visit our Getting Here page for transport and travel advice, or download our map of the houses.

 

iPhone and iPad users can download the Eye Shakespeare app, a free collections-based guide to Stratford-upon-Avon before or during their visit.

Photography is permitted, but please take the time to note our photography policy


All ticket options are valid for 12 months

  • Five House Pass

    Anne Hathaway's Cottage & Gardens, Hall's Croft, Harvard House, Mary Arden's Farm, Shakespeare's Birthplace, Shakespeare's Grave

    Mary Arden’s Farm is open Mar-Nov. Pass will also include New Place when it reopens in Spring 2016.

    Adult: £24.90
    Child: £14.90
    Concession: £22.90
    Family: £65.00

  • Birthplace Pass

    Hall's Croft, Harvard House, Shakespeare's Birthplace, Shakespeare's Grave

    Will also include New Place when it reopens in Spring 2016.

    Adult: £16.50
    Child: £9.90
    Concession: £15.50
    Family: £43.00

  • Anne Hathaway's Cottage Pass

    Anne Hathaway's Cottage & Gardens

    Adult: £9.90
    Child: £5.90
    Concession: £8.90
    Family: £26.00

  • Mary Arden's Farm Pass

    Mary Arden's Farm

    Mary Arden's Farm is open March - November

    Adult: £12.90
    Child: £8.50
    Concession: £11.90
    Family: £35.00

  • Shakespeare's Birthplace

    Summer

    (29 Jun - 30 Aug)

    9am - 5.30pm

    Autumn

    (31 Aug - 1 Nov)

    9am - 5pm

    Winter 2015

    (2 Nov - 13 Mar '16)

    10am - 4pm

  • Anne Hathaway's Cottage & Gardens

    Spring/Summer

    (16 Mar - 1 Nov)

    9am - 5pm

    Winter 2015

    (2 Nov - 13 Mar '16)

    10am - 4pm

  • Harvard House

    Spring/Summer

    (16 Mar - 1 Nov)

    10am - 5pm

    Winter 2015

    (2 Nov - 13 Mar '16)

    11am - 4pm

  • Mary Arden's Farm

    Spring/Summer

    (14 Mar - 1 Nov)

    10am - 5pm

    Winter 2015

    (Nov - Mar)

    Closed

  • Hall's Croft

    Spring/Summer

    (16 Mar - 1 Nov)

    10am - 5pm

    Winter 2015

    (2 Nov - 13 Mar '16)

    11am - 4pm

  • New Place & Nash's House

    (From 2 November 2014)

    Closed

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  • For a great family day out, visit the Shakespeare Houses in Stratford-upon-Avon, each with its own fascinating story to tell. Take a step back in time and learn about the life of William Shakespeare in the places where he was born and where he died. Take part in a live family archaeological dig and learn more about his last home. You may even unearth something our experts have missed ! And , discover farming life as it would have been when young William visited his grand parents at Mary Arden's Farm.

     

     

  • October Half Term

    October Half Term


    Family Fun

    24 October - 01 November 2015


What do people think?

If you have visited any of the Shakespeare Houses & Gardens, attended a literary event or participated in one of our courses we would love to know what you think. 

Do let us know and feel free to send us any pictures from your visit.

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