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  • 1 Shakespeare's Birthplace Interesting

    Museums and art

    Henley Street GB - Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6QW

    The half-timbered house where the dramatist was born is part museum (including a First Folio) and part shrine. Note the graffiti on the upstairs windows (Scott, Carlyle, Ellen Terry and Henry Irving).

  • 2 Hall's Croft Interesting

    Museums and art

    Old Town GB - Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6BG

    Shakespeare's eldest daughter, Susanna, married a physician, John Hall, and the couple lived here until around 1616. The restored house part 16C, part 17C, contains furniture and paintings from this period, notes about the physician's patients and a ..

  • 3 Harvard House

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    26 High Street GB - Stratford-upon-Avon CV37

    This ornately carved half-timbered house bears the date 1596 when it was the home of Katherine Rogers. The American flag flies here in honour of her son, John Harvard (b 1607), the founder of Harvard University which is the present owner of the build..

  • 4 Nash's House and New Place

    Museums and art

    Chapel GB - Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6EP

    Of Shakespeare's retirement home, built in 1483, only the foundations remain but next door, in Nash's House, the home of Shakespeare's granddaughter, is an exhibition on the history of Stratford.

  • 5 Guild Chapel

    Religious buildings

    Chapel Lane GB - Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6EP

    The Chapel of the Guild of the Holy Cross (founded 1263), the ruling body of Stratford before the Reformation, is predominantly Perpendicular, with wall paintings of Christ, Mary, St John, St Peter and the Last Judgement in the chancel.

  • 6 Holy Trinity Church

    Religious buildings

    Old Town GB - Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6BG

    With an Early English tower and transept and Perpendicular nave, Holy Trinity church would be notable even without Shakespeare's grave on the north side of the chancel. "Blessed be the man who spares these stones / And cursed be he that moves my..

  • 7 Royal Shakespeare Theatre

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Waterside GB - Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6BB

    It opened in 1932 as the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre and is now the headquarters of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Adjoining it is the Swan Theatre (1986), with a Jacobean apron-style stage and galleried seating, within the shell of an earlier theat..

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