Nash's House & New Place (Stratford-upon-Avon) Reviews
Description:Where Shakespeare died.
Newest Review: ... Ticket (Shakespeare's Birthplace, Hall's Croft, Nash's House and New Place) is £12.50 for adults, £8 for children and £11.50 for concessions. REVIEW This is Thomas Nash's house, who was married to Elizabeth, Shakespeare's granddaughter. New Place is the site of William Shakespeare's house, his final home. He bought it in 1597 and lived there until his death in 1616. These are on the same ... more
Customer Nash's House & New Place (Stratford-upon-Avon) Reviews (2)
by - written on 07/09/11 (Very useful, 81 readings)
When my partner and I were recently in Stratford-upon-Avon, we visited all the five houses associated with William Shakespeare. These included the famous ones like Anne Hathaway's Cottage, but one I hadn't previously heard of was Nash's House and New Place. INFORMATION Nash's House and New Place are in Stratford itself and situated at the postcode CV37 6EP, which is in walking distance of Hall's Croft, so it makes sense to do both on the same day, which we did. It is open daily except Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Under fives are free. During the summer holidays, they also offer Family Archaeology activities. We paid £19.50 each for an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Another in the series of 5 properties forming the Shakespeare experience in Stratford. Nash's House and New Place is situated on Chapel Street in the centre of Stratford. It is within walking distance of the other two Shakespeare properties (Croft's Hall and the Birthplace). It was owned by Thomas Nash, the first husband of Shakespeare's granddaughter. Next to the existing property is the site of New PLace, the property purchased by Shakespeare in 1597 and where he later died. This property has sadly been demolished so only the site and some foundations remain. It is a brick and timber house furnished with a vast amount of impressive 16th and 17th ... Read the complete review
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