UK series: Shakespeare’s birthplace Stratford-upon-Avon

(Sept 25, 2015)

From Cotswold we continued the road trip around UK with a pitstop at Stratford-upon-Avon.. a town made famous for being the birthplace of the famous English playwright Shakespeare..
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Henley street is the most popular area here in town because this is where the house of Shakespeare is located..
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Shakespeare’s home

Besides this street, there are also a number of different attractions to go to in the town. The house pass ticket allows you entry to several of these places.  For us, since we were only passing by and had a limited amount of time, we decided to just pick one place in the list so we won’t be rushing and are able to take our time exploring..

The one we ended up going to is Anne Hathaway’s cottage.  Anne Hathaway was Shakespeare’s wife and this cottage serves as a museum to the life during that time period and the love story between the two..
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2 thoughts on “UK series: Shakespeare’s birthplace Stratford-upon-Avon

    • haha.. I actually didn’t know that was the name of Shakespeare’s wife as well until I went here… Like you the actress is the first one that comes to mind when hearing that name 🙂

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