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There's lots more to explore on our blog, so we hope you'll take a look around. Here are some posts to get you started.

Sculpture of A Midsummer Night's Dream by Greg Wyatt: Professor Sir Stanley Wells and Dr Paul Edmondson discuss the construction and symbolism in Greg Wyatt's sculptures depicting Shakespearean plays with the artist himself.

Tudor Herbs and their Uses: Sue, one of our house guides, gives a lesson on which herbs were meant to freshen up your house, and which could ward off witches in the Tudor era.

Medicine, Melancholy, and the Mystical: Exploring the intersections between mental illness, science, and superstition, and the writers who helped change the script. 

Shakespeare's Saddest Song: Of all the laments and dirges throughout Shakespeare's plays, which is his saddest song?

The Birth and Burial Records of William Shakespeare: Taking a look at the actual records we have of William Shakespeare's birth and burial, which we keep here in the archives of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.

This is where the story began Enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of a working Tudor Farm Relive Shakespeare’s love story Walk in Shakespeare's footsteps The home of Shakespeare’s daughter, Susanna