Harvard House, High Street, Stratford upon Avon, CV37 6AU Currently closed pending restoration.

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Accessibility:

There is designated disability parking close to Harvard House, High Street, and other areas within in the city centre. There are Pedestrian Areas operating within the city centre.

Access to the property is by a single step from the street pavement, an access ramp is available on request. The mezzanine floor and the upper floors are only available via a staircase. There are large print guides, hearing loop and a touch screen device available for the visitor to participate in a virtual tour of the upper floors. 

There are no toilet facilities at this property.

 

Brief description:

Originally known as the Ancient House, Harvard House is a Grade I Listed townhouse of the Elizabethan period.  Built in 1596 by wealthy merchant Thomas Rogers, who was the grandfather of the founder of Harvard University (USA).

Address:

Harvard House, High Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6AU

Email:

 info@shakespeare.org.uk 

Phone:

Tel 01789 204507 

Website:

www.shakespeare.org.uk

Directions:

From Stratford-upon-Avon visitor centre, Bridgefoot, follow Bridge Street and turn left into High Street. An approximate 5 minute walk. SP201549

Opening Times:

Currently closed pending restoration.

Transport:

Bus/Coach /railways please see website

For more travel information go to http://www.travelmidlands.co.uk

Amenities:

Plenty of car parking areas for Pay and Display, disability parking areas, motorcycle and bicycle parking areas.  Supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, shops, theatre's, Tourist Information Centre, Bus/Coach station and railway station are all available in the city centre