The Guild Chapel was founded in 1269 and is painted with motivational frescos showing the fate of the damned in the 15th century. It's...
Nash's House & New Place
When Shakespeare retired, he swapped the bright lights of London for a comfortable town house at New Pl, where he died of unknown causes...
Royal Shakespeare Company
Coming to Stratford without seeing a production of Shakespeare would be like going to Beijing and bypassing the Great Wall. The three...
Church Street Townhouse
Open all day, this lovely restaurant is a fantastic place for immersing yourself in Stratford's historic charms, whether for breakfast,...
Lonely Planet review
Officially called the 'Black Swan', this enchanting riverside alehouse is a favourite thespian watering hole, boasting a roll call of former regulars (Olivier, Attenborough etc) that reads like an actors' Who's Who .