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Discover where William Shakespeare was educated and inspired to become the world's greatest playwright. Learn how he spent his early school days and first experienced theatre. Take part in a Tudor lesson with Master Thomas Jenkins and brush up on...more
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Church Street, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6HB, England
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Obviously iv been in a few schools thru my education but to sit in the same room as Shakespeare is hairs on the back of your neck stuff , just sat in the room and closing your eyes and imagining this young writer learning his...More
My sister and me were walking around the charming city when we bumped into this genuine well conserved building. Me, being very curious, popped in trying to find out what was about. I found lovely, kind and gentle staff who managed to convince us how...More
Amazing place to visit popped along with my 11 year old son after an interesting audio visual information show we were shown the old wall paintings from before the reformation. Then upstairs for a lesson in the old school room before honing our skills writing...More
Very impressed by this. The buildings are quite small and simple, but great care has been taken to ensure you get the very best visitor experience. Downstairs you enter to a range of information boards, with options to visit an introductory video and to see...More
Visited today the schoolroom where William Shakespeare went till the age of 14 we sat in the same classroom and felt how great this place and no wonder it is still functioning as a school.
We drove to Stratford-upon-Avon and so were a bit rushed. (We couldn't leave the car parked for too long.) The visit was very informative and the guides, unusually, knew what they were talking about. The school master especially was very good. Amazing to think the...More
We came as part of a tour and got to walk around Stratford-upon-Avon. Of course we had to visit Shakespeare's schoolroom as my wife loves Shakespeare. I am not a big fan but still found this place really interesting particularly since this was his old...More