Well worth the visit. The realisation of the age and heritages involved makes one humble. To walk through a home that has raised many generations and was around prior to Captain Cook sailing to Australia is humbling again.
About Anne Hathaway's Cottage & Gardens
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Unless you're really into Anne, it's not a big deal. This is her childhood home; therefore, no great insights about her and Bill.More
Thank you for your feedback. As well as Anne Hathaway's childhood home, the site also proudly boasts a listed garden, a woodland walk, a sculpture trail, family activities and trails and a garden cafe. All complimented by guides passion about the entire history of the...More
We thought that this might be a bit boring but when on the tourist trail you do these things in spite of ones perception. As it turned out it was very interesting with knowledgeable guides & a view of how hard life must have been...More
Thank you for your feedback. We are so please you enjoyed your visit to Anne Hathaway's Cottage and that we were able to surprise and delight. Please do use your annual pass to visit us again, we change our offer throughout the year, I am...More
Visitors are well informed by the volunteers. The building has been well maintained and the grounds are well kept.
I just couldn't pass up an opportunity to visit the house of his wife's family. The thatched roof was interesting and much thicker than I imagined. Although the original building had apparently been extended by its owners, it provides a good insight into the living...More
Lovely location, lovely gardens and a peep in to the past in the house. The bonus as well is that tickets are valid for 12 months from date of purchase
the tour bus takes you to all well know places around stratford and is a easy way to see things and talking about anne hathaways cottage it was authentic and has it was years ago and well worth the visit
Lovely cottage and gardens. Everything is set out to show how the people lived through the times that the Hathaways lived there. The staff are friendly and informative. A lovely interesting visit. If you buy a ticket for all five of the Shakespeare locations it's...More