Revamped children’s play area, rare breed Ryeland sheep, and a peasants' hovel among the new additions at the 23-acre Tudor working farm that was the family home of William Shakespeare's wife.
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New limited edition products help to re-establish Shakespeare family links with the wool trade.
The internationally recognised museum, library and archive collections held by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in Stratford-upon-Avon are to become even more accessible to the public.
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust lifts the lid on some of the conservation work that takes place at the five historic Shakespeare Family Homes in Stratford-upon-Avon, and in our internationally recognised library, archive and museum collection.
Designer Lee Lapthorne to create bespoke pieces of furniture inspired by ShakespeareLee lapthorne Artist in Residence
At Shakespeare's Birthplace, see an original printed copy of the Royal Proclamation that named the chief conspirators of the gunpowder plot, all of whom had strong links to Warwickshire.
William Shakespeare's wife is being brought back to life by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust as part of a month of special events that will celebrate the women in his life and works.
Rare items will help to tell the stories of the first women to arrive in the British colony over 400 years ago.
Shakespeare's family homes to be re-created in China, thanks to an exclusive contract with Fuzhou Culture and Tourism Investment Company LtdShakespeare's Birthplace