Shakespeare Experience Stratford-upon-Avon Ticket & Hotel Deals
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, The Shakespeare Centre, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6QW.
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Shakespeare Experience Stratford-upon-Avon Ticket + Hotel Packages + Rail
Shakespeare's Houses - 5 House Pass Breaks
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust is the world's leading charity in promoting the work, life and times of William Shakespeare. Visit five historic Shakespeare Houses & Gardens in Stratford upon Avon and enjoy unique, entertaining and dramatic days out.
With so many houses to visit, you’ll be spoilt for choice including Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, Mary Arden’s Farm, Hall’s Croft and Shakespeare's New Place.
Shakespeare's Birthplace: 26 March – 2 September 9am-5pm, 3 September – 4 November 9am-4.30pm, 5 November – 31 March 2019 10am-15.30
Anne Hathaway's Cottage: 26 March – 2 September 9am-5pm, 3 September – 4 November 9am-16.30, 5 November – 31 March 2019 10am-15.30
Shakespeare’s New Place: 26 March – 2 September 10am-5pm, 3 September – 4 November 10am-16.30, 5 November – 31 March 2019 11am-15.30
Hall's Croft: 26 March – 2 September 10am-5pm, 3 September – 4 November 10am-16.30, 5 November – 31 March 2019 11am-15.30
Mary Arden's Farm: 26 March – 2 September 10am-5pm, 3 September – 4 November 10am-16.30, 5 November – 31 March 2019 closed
The times shown above are from opening to last entry. Houses will close 30 minutes after last entry. Ideally allow at least 45 minutes to 1 hour to visit each house, except Mary Arden’s Farm, which is on a much larger site and can take two hours or more if wished. Please note that on-site car parks will be closed half an hour after last entry. Shakespeare’s Birthplace and Shakespeare’s New Place are open all year round except Christmas Day. Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, Hall’s Croft and are open every day, all year round except Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Mary Arden’s Farm closes between November and April.
Shakespeare’s Houses – Five House Pass Highlights
- Enjoy live theatre every day in the gardens of Shakespeare’s Birthplace with costumed actors performing excerpts from Shakespeare's plays
- Explore nine acres of gardens, grounds and woodland walks at Anne Hathaway’s Cottage
- Have a go at archery at Mary Arden’s Farm (closed for winter - November to March)
- Sit back in the inviting café at Hall’s Croft
- Walk in Shakespeare's footsteps on the site of his family home with wonderful gardens, sculptures and a contemporary exhibition
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By visiting these five houses, you’ll get a real feel for how Shakespearean folk lived!
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