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Shakespeare’s Birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon is the perfect starting point for exploring Shakespeare’s works, life and times. Experience the humble beginnings of the ordinary boy who went on to do extraordinary things. Discover his global influence and see how he continues to shape our lives today.

Explore the home where spent his childhood and the early years of his marriage to Anne and discover the workshop where Shakespeare’s father John ran his prestigious trade as a glove maker. Download room-by-room video guides narrated by renowned historian Professor Michael Wood to hear fascinating tales of 16th-century family life. Get up close to rare artefacts from the world’s largest public Shakespeare museum, library and archives, including a 400-year-old Folio of his complete works, and wander through the beautiful garden and enjoy the sights and smells of plants and flowers that Shakespeare would have known or wrote about his plays and poems.

22 Chapel St, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6EP.

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