Visiting During Coronavirus
We can’t wait to welcome you to Shakespeare’s Birthplace
Visiting during Coronavirus
Take time to walk in Shakespeare’s footsteps, without the usual crowds. Your visit to Shakespeare's Birthplace will help us to ensure that Shakespeare’s heritage survives this difficult period for future visitors to enjoy.
To keep our visitors and staff safe, we have introduced a timed ticket system. All tickets must be booked in advance, even if you have a pre-existing ticket. See below for more details and to read about the extra safety measures we've put in place.
Please note that Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, Shakespeare’s New Place, Mary Arden’s Farm and Hall’s Croft will remain closed until at least spring 2021.
Help us keep Shakespeare's story alive
In 1847 Shakespeare’s Birthplace was saved for the nation. Now we need your help to save it once again. By visiting you are helping care for the world's greatest Shakespeare heritage and keeping his story alive. Thank you for your support.Plan Your Visit