Shakespeare Walking Tour of Stratford - Tudor World
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Join Shakespeare for a truly unique tour of Stratford-upon-Avon
Master Shakespeare has come back through time and will guide you through his beloved town of Stratford-upon-Avon on Tudor Word's Shakespeare Walking Tour of Stratford.
William will relate tales of his family, inspirations from the Town, bits of his plays and sonnets and the period in time in which he lived.
You will see all the major buildings associated with Shakespeare’s life from birth to death and some of the Town’s history (from the outside only!) There will be plenty to occupy every age group with stories; Tudor architecture and even the River Avon, populated with swans!
Where does the Shakespeare Walking Tour go?
The tour meets at the Tudor World Museum then proceeds to his Birthplace; then goes to his children’s houses; New Place; his school and ends at his final resting place.
How to find us
The Shakesepare Walking Tour of Stratford begins at the Tudor World Museum. It is situated along Sheep Street in a big Tudor building. Go under the arch and along the cobbled stoned courtyard to find the entrance.
The build is a two-minute walk from the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Leave the M40 at junction 15 and take the A46 to Stratford upon Avon following onto A439, around the one way system and left onto waterside and take first right onto Sheep Street.
For Sat Nav CV37 6EE.
Stratford-upon-Avon Station is one mile away and is approximately a 15 minute walk.
The site is within walking distance of Stratford-Upon-Avon railway station, and there is a good park-and-ride service which has stops in Bridge Street and Wood Street.
People also ask:
Where does the Tudor World Shakespeare Walking Tour of Stratford begin?
- The Shakesepare Walking Tour of Stratford begins at the Tudor World Museum. It is situated along Sheep Street in a big Tudor building. It can be found via the postcode CV37 6EE.
How long does the Shakespeare Walking Tour of Stratford take?
- Please allow 90-120 minutes for this tour.
Is the Shakespeare Walking Tour of Stratford suitable for wheelchair users?
- Yes, this tour is suited for wheelchair users.
Is the Shakespeare Walking Tour of Stratford suitable for dogs?
- Yes, dogs may accompany you anywhere on the tour, with the exception of inside the church.
Is the Shakespeare Walking Tour of Stratford suitable for children?
- Yes, however younger children may find the walk tiring.
Do you go into the Shakespeare house on the Shakespeare Walking Tour of Stratford?
- No, however you will go inside Trinity Church (as long as there is no service on at the time). Those on the tour are also entitled to a discount entry to the grave.
Is the Shakespeare character just a man dressed in a Tudor costume?
- No, Master Shakespeare stays in character and relates the stories of his life and work in the first person.
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