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Explore the beautifully furnished Jacobean home of Shakespeare’s daughter Susanna and her husband, the physician John Hall. Wander into the tranquil walled garden and discover the fragrant medicinal herbs, as John Hall would have used in his...more
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Part of the experience Shakespeare package which I would encourage getting. It is valid for a year. We again loved this experience and thanks to our walking tour, we understood more of the nature of this family and their home.
Hall's Croft, in Old Town, Stratford-upon-Avon, is quite an interesting building. We visited as part of a small tour. The house belonged to William Shakespeare's daughter, Susanna Hall, and her husband Dr John Hall. Stratford-upon-Avon is Shakespeare territory! Shakespeare's birthplace, the house he was born...More
Visited here because it's included in the Full Story ticket. Very interesting history and stories. We also met a group of 6th graders from Birmingham who were there to present the various interesting stories to visitors, including the artifacts in the little medicine museum upstairs....More
Hall’s Croft Stratford-upon-Avon is one of the 5 places you can visit on your Full Story Ticket. This very regal cottage belonged to Shakespeare’s daughter Susanna and her husband. It is a place of wealth and quite spectacular. Beautifully maintained including the gardens. There was...More
Hall’s Croft is named after its owner Dr. John Hall who was Shakespeare’s son-in-law. It is one of a number of properties owned by Shakespeare’s relatives included in the price of a ticket to both his birthplace and the property known as his ‘New Place’...More
As this was the second venue of the day refreshments were called for first. The Hall has a lovely little cafeteria for tea coffee & cooked meals. The house was a good snap shot of what it would of been like in that time period....More