The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

400 Years  of Shakespeare's Legacy in 2016

 

Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

Book tickets for The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Properties at the same time as booking your Boating… Book any Combination of Houses and a River Cruise or Rowing Boat Hire…

Avon Boating are delighted to be a partner with the Iconic Shakespeare Birthplace Trust for this important 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death in 2016. You can book your tickets for the Birthplace trust online with Avon Boating and tailor a package including a river cruise or rowing boat for your day out in Stratford upon Avon. Once booked you will receive a confirmaion form to take along to any of the properties and gain a single entry.

If you have already bought your tickets to the Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust Properties, don't worry.  Present your ticket at our Boathouse, Avon Pier ticket office or aboard one of our passenger boats, we will give you a discount off your river cruise or rowing boat hire…

No visit to Stratford is complete without doing a few things 1. Boating on the River Avon 2. Seeing a performance at the RSC and 3. Visiting the Shakespeare Houses. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust manages these houses and has preserved them for you to enjoy. The properties include Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, Halls Croft, Havard House, Mary Arden’s House and re-opening this year Shakespeare's New Place, visits to which can be booked with Avon Boating…

At the heart of all things ‘Shakespeare’, the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust hold the world’s largest Shakespeare-related museum and archives open to the public. The Shakespeare Centre Library and Archives also house the Royal Shakespeare Company’s archive and the records for the town of Stratford-upon-Avon and the surrounding area.

The re-opening of Shakespeare's New Place will be the the highlight of this years 400 year celebrations and marks the re-imaging of the property through a £5.25 million project, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Historic England and through public donations.  Shakespeare's New Place is scheduled to open in July 2016.
 

Visit ANY 3

  • Adults - £15.50
  • Child - £10.00
  • Concession - £14.50
  • Family - £40.50

Visit ALL 5

  • Adult - £21.50
  • Child - £13.50
  • Concession - £20.50
  • Family - 53.50

 

 

 

Shakespeare's Houses and Gardens - Opening Hours for 2016

 

Extended Summer Season

4 July – 30 August

Summer Season

19 March – 3 July

31 August – 30 October

Winter Season

2 November – March 2016

Open

Last Entry

Open

Last Entry

Open

Last Entry

 

Shakespeare’s

Birthplace

Monday-

Sunday

09:00

17:30

09:00

17:00

10:00

16:00

 

Anne Hathaway’s

Cottage

Monday-

Sunday

09:00

17:00

09:00

17:00

10:00

16:00

 

Shakespeare's New Place (opens 1 July)

Monday-

Sunday

09:00

17:30

09:00

17:00

10:00

16:00

 

Hall's Croft and Harvard House

Monday-

Sunday

10:00

17:00

10:00

17:00

11:00

16:00

 

Mary Arden’s Farm

(*Open 14 March – 31 October

Monday-

Sunday

10:00

17:00

10:00

17:00

closed

closed