Stratford-upon-Avon New Place, 22 Chapel St, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6EP

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Shakespeare's New Place is fully accessible with level access to the Great Garden, Knot Garden and a lift allows access to the Exhibition Centre on the upper floor.  The Great Garden has a level pavement running around the grounds.  Disability/baby-changing facilities are located at the property.  Downloadable access guides are available for the property.  Assistance dogs are permitted at the property.

There is no designated car park at property.  Pay and Display car parks are located nearby and disability parking for Blue Badge holders is available in Chapel Street.

Brief description:

Shakespeare's New Place stands on the site of the family home from 1597 until Shakespeare death in 1616, it was later demolished in 1759.  The Garden, designed by Ernest Law, is a registered site and allows visitors to immerse and discover its important connection with Shakespeare.  Within the grounds there are a number of artworks and exhibitions and displays about life during the Shakespeare Family occupation of the original house.


22 Chapel St, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6EP



01789 338536



From the Tourist Information Centre, Bridgefoot, take the A3400 into Bridge Street, take a left into High Street and into Chapel Street. OS SP201548

Opening Times:

Open daily 10.00 - 4.00 pm

Full Story Ticket (only) admission charge to this property.

Adult: £22.50; Concession: £21.00; Child: £14.50


Bus/Coach/railways: please see website and for more travel information go to


Plenty of  Pay and Display car parking, disability parking, 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 town centre.