- For up to 6 people
- No restrictions
- No expiration
Shakespeare's Houses and Gardens
Visit the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in Stratford-upon-Avon for a truly unique journey through the life of the poet and playwright genius. With a multitude of historic Shakespeare houses to discover you’ll learn about his upbringing, his family life and the places and events that inspired and helped shape his greatest works.
You’ll see Anne Hathaway’s Cottage and Gardens – the family home of Shakespeare’s wife, explore Hall’s Croft – the home of Shakespeare’s daughter and her husband Dr Hall and discover the newly opened Shakespeare's New Place - the redevelopment of the site of his family home for 19 years.
Don't forget to take a trip to Mary Arden's Farm, where Shakespeare's mother grew up, and take part in all of the exciting 'hands on' activties offered every day.
There are two ticket types to choose from, each valid for 12 months and allowing unlimited entry:
- Town Houses Pass which includes entry to Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Hall’s Croft and Shakespeare's New Place
- Town, Cottage & Farm Pass which includes entry to Shakespeare's Birthplace, Shakespeare's New Place, Hall's Croft, Anne Hathaway's Cottage, Mary Arden's Farm open March–end October 2017
What you should know
- There are two ticket types to choose from, each valid for 12 months and allowing unlimited entry
- 20% off all entry prices except group tickets
- No pre-purchase necessary. Simply present the voucher at the attraction
- Each voucher is valid for one to six people
- Please check opening dates and times before your visit
Prices and discounts
Shakespeare's Houses and Gardens Discount and Prices
|Regular price||with voucher|
|Town Houses Pass - Adult||£17.50||£14.00|
|Town Houses Pass - Child (from 4 to 18)||£11.50||£9.20|
|Town Houses Pass - Student (in full time education)||£16.50||£13.20|
|Town Houses Pass - Senior (over 60)||£16.50||£13.20|
|Town Houses Pass - Family||£46.50||£37.20|
|Town Houses Pass - Concession (with disabilities)||£16.50||£13.20|
|Town, Cottage & Farm Pass - Adult||£26.25||£21.00|
|Town, Cottage & Farm Pass - Child||£17.00||£13.60|
|Town, Cottage & Farm Pass - Student||£24.75||£19.80|
|Town, Cottage & Farm Pass - Senior||£24.75||£19.80|
|Town, Cottage & Farm Pass - Concession (with disabilities)||£24.75||£19.80|
|Town, Cottage & Farm Pass - Family||£69.50||£55.60|
Shakespeare's Houses and Gardens Opening Times.
Please visit http://www.shakespeare.org.uk/visit-the-houses/plan-your-visit.html for opening times.
The Shakespeare Centre, Henley Street, Stratford Upon Avon, CV37 6QW, GB
Exhibitions & Events
The following events are included with your entry ticket:
For four centuries Shakespeare’s work has fascinated people of all ages and backgrounds. The new introductory exhibition at Shakespeare’s Birthplace explores the extraordinary story of William Shakespeare, the boy from Stratford-upon-Avon who became a household name all over the world.
Walk in Shakespeare’s footsteps and meet the man behind the works in a fascinating new exhibition. Discover beautiful gardens and specially-commissioned artworks.
Explore the beautifully furnished Jacobean home of Shakespeare’s daughter Susanna and her husband, Dr John Hall. Wander into the tranquil walled garden and discover the fragrant medicinal herbs, as Dr Hall would have used in his remedies.
Visit Anne Hathaway's Cottage, the beautiful 500 year old cottage where Shakespeare courted his bride-to-be. See original furniture including the Hathaway bed and uncover five centuries of stories in this picturesque cottage and 13 generations of the family who lived there.
Discover the childhood home of Shakespeare’s mother. Experience the sights, sounds and smells of a working Tudor farm on a fantastic family day out at Mary Arden’s Farm. Meet the Tudors who run the farm just as Shakespeare’s mother would have done, watch craft and falconry demonstrations and explore the farmyard, playground and historic buildings.
An exhibition to celebrate the vibrant cultural responses to Shakespeare that exist across South Asia. Pay a visit to each of the eight countries in South Asia, catching a tiny glimpse of the part Shakespeare plays in their cultures and the lives of their people.