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Shakespeare's family homes

Join us in saving the beautiful and historic family homes associated with Shakespeare in Stratford-upon-Avon, England

We need funding to help us protect these fragile and vulnerable buildings, all around 500 years old and associated directly with William Shakespeare and his family.  Please help by making your donation today.


Shakespeare's Birthplace – the house where William Shakespeare was born in 1564.  Follow Shakespeare's childhood and early married years through the very rooms he lived in.

Anne Hathaway’s Cottage – family home of Shakespeare’s wife.  Savour the history of a five hundred year old thatched cottage and relive Shakespeare's love story where he courted his bride-to-be, Anne Hathaway.

Mary Arden’s Farm – the family home of Shakespeare’s mother.  Meet the animals, talk to the Tudors, explore the woods and try Tudor food in the cafe. 

Hall’s Croft – home of Shakespeare’s daughter Susanna and her husband, the physician John Hall.  Admire the luxurious Jacobean home and beautiful garden.

Shakespeare's New Place – walk in Shakespeare's footsteps on the site of his final home.  Explore the footprint of the house that is no longer standing, whilst admiring the beautiful garden and specially commissioned artworks relating to the Shakespeare story.

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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