Hotels near the Shakespeare's Birthplace
Step into the house where William Shakespeare was born in 1564 and gain a fascinating insight into life as it was when the Bard was a child. The half-timbered house is Stratford's most-visited tourist spot.
Explore the building, full of historic manuscripts, books and memorabilia from Shakespeare's youth and discover life in 16th-century Stratford.
As well as the Shakespeare Exhibition, visitors can stroll through the garden, and visit the workshop of Shakespeare's glovemaker father. Don't miss the signatures of famous visitors to the house, which are cut into the windowpanes.
Shakespeare's Birthplace Information
Cost: £12; concessions £11; children £7; family £31
Nov-Mar: daily 10am-4pm
Apr-Oct & Feb half term: daily 10am-5pm
Address: Henley Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6QW
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