Shakespeare's Stratford: Entry to Historic Homes For Child from £3, Adult from £5 or Family from £14 with Shakespeare Birthplace Trust (Up to 67% Off)
- Tudor houses in and around Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare
- Shakespeare's Birthplace and writing spots connected to him
- Working farm where Shakespeare's mother lived
- Interactive plays and live archery displays
- Cafes available on site
- Open 7 days a week
- Access to the three townhouses or all five, including farm
- Three house visit includes Hall’s Croft, Nash’s House and New Place, and Shakespeare’s Birthplace
- Five house visit also includes Anne Hathaway’s Cottage and Mary Arden’s Farm
- Can visit across several days
- Access to visitor centre
- 20% off in any of the cafes and the Birthplace gift shop
Limit 1 per person or group (up to two adults and three children). May buy multiple as gifts. No booking required. Present printed Groupon on the day. Not valid for groups of eight or more. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Under 5s go free. Family ticket valid for 2 adults and up to 3 children. First visit must take place before 31st October 2012. Three house ticket valid for entry to Hall’s Croft, Nash’s House and New Place, and Shakespeare’s Birthplace. Five house ticket valid for Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, Hall’s Croft, Nash’s House and New Place, Mary Arden’s Farm, and Shakespeare’s Birthplace. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified on 8 June 2012 at 6.08pm.
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Often causing much ado about nothing, William Shakespeare was bard from his local watering hole. Celebrate his triumphs with today's Groupon from Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. Choose from the following options:• £3 for a child ticket to three houses at Shakespeare’s Birthplace (67% off)
• £5 for an adult ticket to three houses at Shakespeare’s Birthplace (63% off)
• £14 for a family ticket to three houses at Shakespeare’s Birthplace (61% off)
• £5 for a child ticket to all five houses at Shakespeare’s Birthplace (63% off)
• £8 for an adult ticket to all five houses at Shakespeare’s Birthplace (62% off)
• £22 for a family ticket to all five houses at Shakespeare’s Birthplace (60% off)
Raising the curtain on four centuries of literary history, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust presents five Tudor and Jacobean houses bursting at the seams with Bard-related historical significance. From his famous birthplace on Henley Street and the farm his mother grew up on, to his final home and current archaeological dig, New Place, visitors can capture a glimpse into Shakespeare’s life. There are also regular shows and displays in the house gardens, with excerpts of plays performed by costumed actors, and archery displays by Tudor longbowmen each weekend.
Strolling around Stratford-upon-Avon, literature lovers can visit the birthplace of the playwright, wandering the halls and rooms loaded with Shakespearean drama. Visitors can also take in the archaeological dig at New Place, where Shakespeare is said to have written the Tempest. Hall’s Croft, the Jacobean home of the bard’s daughter, is also nearby, and littered with the apothecary supplies of Shakespeare’s son-in-law, Dr John Hall. Wandering three miles from the town centre, visitors after the full set can take a peek at Anne Hathaway’s romantic cottage, where Shakespeare courted his future wife. Following this with a visit to his mother, Mary Arden’s house, guests can witness realities of life on a working Tudor farm, trying their hand at skep-making, threshing, and basket weaving. Entry is also included to the exhibit Life, Love, and Legacy, a 15-minute show detailing William Shakespeare’s history.
Good value ticket and beautiful houses and gardens at all venues, wonderful actors at Shakespeare's Birthplace, great entertaining staff at Mary Ardens and lots for kids to do at both Mary Ardens and Anne Hathaways cottage [sic] - woodland walk etc
– TravellerEU, TripAdvisor, Jun 2012
The actors reciting bits from plays and explaining the house were entertaining and informative. We learned so much about the man and the area where he lived.
– sandybeaches23, TripAdvisor, Jun 2012