What a great place to visit! We came thinking we’d spend a few hours and move on to another Shakespeare House but ended up spending the day, so much to see and do! The guides make it interactive and fun for the children. We will...More
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About Mary Arden's Farm
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You could spend the better part of a day here and be happy. Since there are different things happening throughout the day, you won't be bored. These people know their stuff so ask loads of questions. That second best bed thing? Now you'll understand.
Lots of events, both houses open, activities and the working Tudor farm and farmhouse are fascinating. Tea room a bit pricy but lots of picnic area etc. Regular events for all ages.
The best out of the Shakespeare Houses. It is perfect to all visitors with events occurring all day, even in the rain. We went in the rain, but the show went on and it was great.
This is easy to access by car and also by bus from Stratford on Avon. It is in Snitterfield just off the A4300 from Stratford towards Henley in Arden and lies about 3 miles from Stratford Town Centre. There are also tours and you can...More
A great place for a day out to immerse yourself in the heritage of the bard, and to visit his beloved mothers farm. Architecture, atmosphere and the ambience are reminiscent of the Victorian era - everyone in the farm takes you back to those days...More
The farm was very good for showing you how peaple used to live.love the fact they all looked like they enjoyed the job.enjoyed taking part in the different crafts.
Nice farm - a bit outside of the city of Stratford Upon Avon. Folks working at the farm are wearing period garb and doing period work with old tools. I honestly think this is more worthwhile than a lot of the other Shakespeare related things...More
I visited here as a family with my toddler on a Saturday. Unfortunately the car park was full but we were able to park nearby on the road. It is quite pricey for a farm, because of it's links to Shakespeare, but it kept my...More
The costumed staff were very much in character and presented a lifestyle of the era. There were demonstrations of various crafts and cooking and a fabulous show with a hawk and his trainer. Worth the visit.