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William Shakespeare grew up here and spent the first five years of his married life in this house. Today visitors are entertained by live theatre in the garden and house and expert guides in Tudor dress reveal the story behind the house. A permanent exhibition reveals Shakespeare-related treasures.
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See where the Bard was born! Timber-framed house with the room where Shakespeare was born.
Stratford is worth a visit in itself, but don't miss Shakespeare's birthplace and a visit to the RSC to catch a play. Go early to avoid the crowds and avoid Saturdays if possible! Parking in Stratford at weekends is interesting - why not jump on the train instead?
Step back in time and visit where the Bard was born, its a real eye opener. Great for all ages and see live performances in the garden during summer months. Henley Street offers an abundance of coffee shops perfect for grabbing a bite to eat of a slice of cake before heading off to your next place…
Shakesperes preserved birthplace in the centre of Stratford upon Avon. It has to be on your bucket list!
World Class Tourist attraction Great museum in centre of town and beautiful old Elizabethan buildings and pubs
Shakespeare's birthplace is a restored 16th century half timbered house situated on Henley Street, Stratford Upon Avon. Where William Shakespeare was born in 1564 and spent many of his child hood years here. Tickets range from £18- £23 for an adult and £12-£15 for children. Open all throughout the…
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“I say: Been a few times - always good. Intimate dining in evening; good food during day. Not the cheapest but it's qua;lity on authentic surroundings. They say "Cosy restaurant, with eclectic dining and modern seating, in a 16th-century house with wood beams." Tel: 01789 292554 ”
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“7 miles / 10 min drive: Visit Anne Hathaway's Cottage, the beautiful 500 year old cottage where Shakespeare courted his bride-to-be. See original furniture including the Hathaway bed and uncover five centuries of stories in this picturesque cottage and 13 generations of the family who lived there”
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