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Located on the banks of River Avon, this is considered one of England's most-visited Parish Churches and the site where William Shakespeare was baptized in 1564 and buried in 1616. In addition to Shakespeare's grave the 800 year-old church has some...more
All reviews resting place william shakespeare buried here the stained glass windows the river small charge suggested donation burial site worth a visit shakespeare family shakespeare connection per adult steeped in history take photos beautiful building town centre lovely walk
Church where Shakespeare is buried, along with other family members. A close walk from the lovely Park. Several attractions were close to one another. Very walk-able town. We bought the 3-attraction pass, which worked well for us. The church does not requite a ticket, both...More
I am privileged by living in Warwickshire, so I have visited this place several times, usually as a guide for my friends and relatives. Therefore, during my last visit, rather than joining the rest of the company and going to the Shakespeare's grave again, I...More
Attended morning service here . Lovely church with the bonus of seeing Shakespeare’s tomb and copy of his entries in the births and burials Parish records. Very good gift shop and lovely friendly people
Very pretty church. My main purpose for coming here was to see Shakespeare's final resting place and it really is something. Can get a bit crowded. They charge tickets to walk up and be able to see it, just so you know in advance. I...More
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One review said they could take photos but there was a charge and they couldn't remember how much.. We'll... The charge was £3 per person and we had unlimited time to explore and take photos.. As historical attractions go... More
One review said they could take photos but there was a charge and they couldn't remember how much.. We'll... The charge was £3 per person and we had unlimited time to explore and take photos.. As historical attractions go 3 pounds for an afternoon being impressed is great value.. I especially liked asking the guide why the carvings looked demonic and outlandish and she laughed and said "well, the water wasn't drinkable so the craftsmen / woman were drinking 8 pints a day while working on the church... That explains it..!! And they call that the dark ages lol..!!!