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Experience Shakespeare your way

See where it all began

Uncover centuries of tradition and heritage across five historic homes and gardens in Stratford-upon-Avon

Step back in time and explore Shakespeare's world in and around Stratford-upon-Avon. Admire stunning period interiors and get up close to rare artefacts.

Connect with the past

Learn about his father’s prestigious trade as a glove maker and his extraordinary craftsmanship

Marvel at the grandeur of Hall’s Croft, the home of Shakespeare’s daughter Susanna and husband, physician John Hall.

Experience rural Tudor life and admire traditional 16th century farming techniques

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Tudor goose herding

Enjoy beautiful gardens

Enjoy stunning gardens throughout the seasons - from the restored Knot Garden at Shakespeare's New Place to the Edwardian flower garden at Anne Hathaway's Cottage

Take time to relax and unwind

Pause to relax and unwind on your visit; in the walled garden of Hall's Croft, the benches surrounding His Mind's Eye sculpture at Shakespeare's New Place or in the quiet retreat of Anne Hathaway's Cottage cafe.

Afternoon tea

Leave no story untold

Shakespeare's Birthplace

Step back in time at Shakespeare’s Birthplace and see where it all began. 

Explore Shakespeare's childhood world and discover his influence through the years.

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Mary Arden's Farm

Step back in time and experience the world Shakespeare would have known and explore the farm where his mother, Mary Arden, lived and worked.

See Tudor farming methods and rare heritage breeds Mary Arden herself would have known.

Mary Arden's farm

Anne Hathaway's Cottage

Savour the rural beauty of the place where Shakespeare’s wife grew up and lived for many years. 

Retreat into nine acres of gardens, orchards and woodland, and enjoy breath-taking seasonal transformations.

Anne Hathaway's Cottage

Shakespeare's New Place

Walk in Shakespeare’s footsteps and meet the man behind the works.

Explore beautiful gardens and uncover the story behind why Shakespeare’s house was demolished.

Shakespeare's New Place

Hall's Croft

Admire the elegant abode of Shakespeare’s daughter Susanna and her husband, physician John Hall.

Wander into the tranquil walled garden and discover the fragrant medicinal herbs John Hall would have used in his remedies.

Hall's Croft

Discover more at Shakespeare's family homes

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