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New Place was Shakespeare's family home from 1597 until he died in the house in 1616. Tragically, the house was demolished in 1759. A registered garden now stands in its place, designed to commemorate the importance of the site and allow visitors to...more
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22 Chapel St, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6EP, England
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The last time we were at the New Place it had the time team in digging, which was fascinating. We want back to see what they have done with it.
Beautiful artwork in the gardens. All the first lines of the sonnets in the...More
On entering the facility was warmly greeted by a guide who advised re the information session which was very worthwhile providing a lot information on the history on The New Place. There are great Greg Wyatt statues to view along with the famous Mulberry Tree...More
This area has been really carefully thought out, it’s a must to listen to the talk given by the staff, the gardens are beautiful and the exhibits inside are good for adult and children, very interesting
Initially this is a pleasant garden with some interesting sculptures until you listen to the Guide. Tom gave us a 15 minute talk on the place, who'd lived there and its various changes over the years and he brought the whole thing to life. Excellent....More
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ShakespeareBT, Manager at Shakespeare's New Place, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for taking the time to review your recent visit to Shakespeare's New Place. I am delighted to read that Tom was able to bring the site to life for you - we have a dedicated team of staff and volunteers who help tell...More
We were initially a bit disappointed once we entered the exhibit as we were expecting to see a bit of a building, not bronze markers on the ground. However, the gardens, particularly the Knot Garden and all the wonderful sculptures in the grounds to the...More
Lovely gardens and the guide who gave us an introduction was good. But expensive at about £12 per person. (Depending on age.) OK if you are doing all the Shakespeare stuff and get a passport ticket, but a lot for the one place.
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You do have to pay to get into the attraction, but it is worth the money. If you purchase one of the three-attraction day passes, the New House can be one of your attractions. It's a really cool artistic interpretation of... More
You do have to pay to get into the attraction, but it is worth the money. If you purchase one of the three-attraction day passes, the New House can be one of your attractions. It's a really cool artistic interpretation of Shakespeare's career and the house that used to be there.