New Place / Nash's House

New Place / Nash's House
Chapel Street
Stratford-upon-Avon
Warwickshire
CV37 6EP
England

Website

www.shakespeare.org.uk/visit-the-houses/nashs-house-amp-new-place.html

Telephone

01789 292 325

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Nash's House was named after Thomas Nash, first husband of Shakespeare's grandaughter, and a wealthy local property owner.Today, it is a well preserved Tudor building and the ground floor is furnished as it would have been in Nash's day.

Next door to Nash's House are the foundations of New Place. This was the house bought by William Shakespeare in 1597. By the late 1590s, Shakespeare was an established playwright and had amassed enough wealth to afford a new family home. New Place was the second biggest house in Stratford at the time and it was where Shakespeare lived when he was not in London. He died here in 1616.

Venue Type:

Historic house or home

Opening hours

Nash's House & New Place
Open daily
April - June: 10am - 5pm
July - August: 10am - 5pm
September - October: 10am - 5pm
November - March: 11am - 4pm

Christmas opening
24 December: last entry 3pm
25 December: Closed
26 December: Closed
1 January 2012: 11am - last entry 4pm

Admission charges

Shakespeare Five House Ticket:
Anne Hathaway's Cottage, Hall's Croft, Mary Arden's Farm, Nash's House & New Place, Shakespeare's Birthplace

All tickets are valid for a year!
Adult: £21.50
Child: £13.50
Concession: £19.50
Family: £56.00
Shakespeare Birthplace Ticket

Hall's Croft, Nash's House & New Place, Shakespeare's Birthplace:
Ideal if you only have a few hours

Adult: £14.00
Child: £9.00
Concession: £13.00
Family: £36.50

Collection details

Archaeology, Costume and Textiles, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Personalities, Social History

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