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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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Unfortunately the original New Place was demolished some time ago but the adjacent building has very interesting information and the garden is quite stunning especially the metal 'tree' shown in the picture. Staff very friendly and helpful. Best value is an all-inclusive ticket to all...More
A lovely sunny afternoon- perfect to walk around the gardens and looking at the sculptures before going inside the buildings- a guide gave us lots of information as they give a short talk every hour on the hour, well worth listening to.
My family and I really enjoyed our visit. The children’s booklets were excellent. My youngest daughter (7 yrs old) really enjoyed completing the trail in the garden which involved finding play titles, sonnet lines and matching statues to their plays). There was a potion-making activity...More
We called in on a sunny afternoon, sitting in the beautiful garden spaces was lovely. We had a really interesting and entertaining talk from Elliot, she shared her passion for Shakespeare whilst imparting lots of fascinating facts. Thank you. It was lovely to be able...More
mI visited this place with my family and where a bit disappointed. The house that is on the site is not the original house that Shakespeare lived in as it has been demolished and rebuilt differently by owners after him. This was only explained when...More
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ShakespeareBT, Manager at Shakespeare's New Place, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for taking the time to review your recent visit to Shakespeare's New Place - we value all opinions and use your feedback to constantly improve our visitor offer.
I am sorry to read that you were disappointed, and that you have possibly misunderstood...More
Nice historic place to visit. It is one of the attractions listed on the full story ticket. The new place is not there anymore. It was demolished. There is nice gardens and they have guides to explain the things over there.
Considering there is no building, we were pleasantly surprised by what we found at New Place, especially the informative talk from the staff. Well worth visiting to complete the picture of Shakespeare’s life.
Shakespeare's New Place, rather the house and grounds he occupied from 1594 to his death in 1616, can be seen on a combined ticket with his birthplace, Hall's Croft as well as Mary Arden's House and Anne Hathaway's Cottage. Entrance from the street provides direct...More
We started the day with a tour of New Place. We spent time chatting to Brian about the site and a lot of the history. The garden looked great even for this time of year. The visitors centre explained a lot of the history in...More
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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.