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...
Holy Trinity Church
The final resting place of the Bard is said to be the most visited parish church in all of England. Inside are handsome 16th- and...
Nash's House & New Place
When Shakespeare retired, he swapped the bright lights of London for a comfortable town house at New Place, where he died of unknown...
Ale was flowing here at the same time as rhyming couplets gushed from Shakespeare's quill – which means this pub with low ceilings has...
Church Street Townhouse
This lovely restaurant is a fantastic place for immersing yourself in Stratford's historic charms. The food is delightful and the...
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Hall's Croft information
The handsome Jacobean town house belonging to Shakespeare's daughter Susanna and her husband, respected doctor John Hall, stands south of the centre. The exhibition offers fascinating insights into medicine in the 16th and 17th centuries, and the lovely walled garden sprouts with aromatic herbs employed in medicinal preparations.