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Shakespeare's New Place, Stratford-upon-Avon

Categories: Gardens, Architectural Buildings, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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3.7/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web
Visit Shakespeare’s final place of residence where he died in 1616. Shakespeare's New Place are a well-preserved Tudor building and a house bought by William Shakespeare in 1597, which are side-by-side. It is believed this is the site where Shakespeare wrote some of his later works such as The Tempest. Take a video tour of the Shakespeare houses and gardens, pay a visit to Shakespeare's grave, and explore a Tudor house and traditional knot garden. There are activities in the family marquee, Tudor games in the gardens (weekends and school holidays), and finds from a three-year archaeological dig. Use our Stratford-upon-Avon itinerary planner to arrange your visit to Shakespeare's New Place and other attractions in Stratford-upon-Avon.
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  • In Boswell's The Life of Dr. Johnson (Vol 1 p 633), it is recounted that on March 24,1776, Dr Johnson dined with Mrs Gastrel (at her invitation). Boswell continues: "I was not informed, till afterward...  read more »
  • Not enough to make a very long visit... round the garden that does not much... exhibition inside without great interest.
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  • A really lovely garden, tranquil place to visit and reflect of your love of the Bard. A nice, but simple exhibition in the Nash house next door. Helps round out Shakespear tour with all the other prop...  read more »
  • The house itself only consists of a living room and a few items in the above rooms, with an otherwise unrelated exhibition about famous Shakespeare characters (fun though!) The garden is beautiful though and definitely worth a visit.
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  • fantástica, emocionante
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