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...
Tucked in beside the lavishly carved Garrick Inn pub, Harvard House was home to the mother of John Harvard, who lent his name to...
Ale was flowing here at the same time as rhyming couplets gushed from Shakespeare's quill – this pub with low ceilings has been around a...
Named after a famous travelling chef who cooked up the flavours of home for the British colonial service, this snug and just refurbished...
Lonely Planet review
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 only open to the public for services (10am Wednesday and noon on the first Saturday of the month April to September).
Next door is King Edward VI School , which Shakespeare almost certainly attended, housed in a vast timbered building that used to be the guildhall.