Bard's Birthplace opens late for Museums at Night

By Culture24 Staff | 14 April 2009
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Shakespeare's Birthplace will be introducing extended opening hours for one evening only

In the aftermath of the Bard's birthday, Shakespeare's Birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon will be opening late, allowing fans to savour flowers in the garden and hear stories of the Bard and his hometown from an expert guide.

There will be candlelit forays into the parlour, hall, glover's workshop and "birthroom", embellishing the newly-opened audio-visual Life, Love and Legacy exhibition.

Runs May 16 2009, last admission 9pm.

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