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See Where Shakespeare was Born
This is a must for all lovers of literature and history. This is where Shakespeare spent the first years of his life and I also thought that the building and gardens were worth seeing. The inside of the building is decorated in a 16th centaury style and there is an array of items on display.
Posted on 15/2/2012 by Jaden Moore
Anne Hathaway's Cottage
It was easy to reach this attraction as it is close to the city center. The building has been restored and heirlooms are exhibited.
Posted on 10/1/2012 by Candice Rogers
We saw where Shakespeare was buried at Holy Trinity Church which still functions as a religious site with regular services. It's free to enter the church but we made a donation after visiting the grave.
Posted on 06/1/2011 by Olivia Nelson
After visiting museums and other tourist attractions we wanted to take a break from sightseeing so we rented a boat and rowed down the river. This was a fun experience and we got to see the town from a different perspective.
Posted on 17/12/2009 by Ava Taylor
Royal Shakespeare Theatre
We went to the Royal Shakespeare theatre for an experience of a lifetime. The performance was amazing but it was difficult to get tickets so it's advisable to book in advance.
Posted on 04/10/2009 by Jacob Thomas
Re. Walking tours
We went on a themed ghost tour around the city which was very scary but fun!
Posted on 11/8/2009 by Ryan Hall
The guided tour we went on was both educational and fun. We got the schedule from the Tourist Information Centre and joined in with one of the walks to learn more about Shakespeare's life.
Posted on 09/7/2009 by Sarah Riley