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Tudor World Museum Admission in Stratford-Upon-Avon

Tudor World Museum

Tudor World Museum

Visit Tudor World in Stratford-upon-Avon. Walk the same ancient cobbles Shakespeare himself strolled down on his way to the Three Tuns Tavern. Enter the museum and find yourself transported back to Tudor times.

Inside you can meet Elizabeth I and Henry VIII. Experience the more gruesome aspects of Tudor life see the Barber Surgeon and Plague Cart. Tudor World is one of Stratford's most exciting and unusual tourist attractions, offering an educational yet fun journey through Tudor England, making it a unique experience on Stratford's "Things to Do" List.

A short stroll along the only remaining cobblestones in Stratford (Shakespeare himself would have walked along) dating back to 1595, brings you to the large museum set in the huge 16th century Shrieve's House barn. Here you will learn some of the remarkable tales relating to the Tudor England and Stratford and England. Tudor World offers an informative atmospheric glimpse into the pages of the 16th century.

Tudor World Museum Admission in Stratford-Upon-Avon
Length: varies
Prices - including tax
All amounts in US Dollar $

Adult Rate : $7.85
Student Rate
(With ID):
$6.25
Child Rate
(Ages 8-16):
$4.66
Child - Free
(Ages 7 and Under with 2 Paying Adults):
$0.00
Time:

Please Note: Time shown on availability calendar is for booking purposes only. The Museum is open from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm every days except Christmas and you are free to visit at any time during business hours.

 
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Set in one of, if not the most historical, properties in Stratford, Tudor World is the largest museum in Stratford. It is educational and fascinating.

Tudor World is an atmospheric experience whether during the day or in the evening.

The museum is suitable for young, old and families alike (although some younger children of a nervous disposition may find the exhibits too atmospheric).

Areas of Interest

Having passed through the huge oak gates, both weighing a ton each, it takes but a short stroll along the oldest remaining cobblestones in Stratford that date back to Shakespeare's time, to bring you to the entrance of this 16th century building. Housed in a genuine Tudor building, Tudor World is the largest museum in Stratford.

Every aspect of Tudor life is represented here in a series of recreations: from the magnificence of Elizabeth I's court to the horrors of the plague cottage.

During your visit you will see the following areas: (Schools: please note the exhibits cover most areas of the National Curriculum - such as comparing the rich and the poor; exploration; and famous characters).

The Carriageway and Courtyard The carriageway has the oldest surviving cobblestones in Stratford and a good place to view the outside of this Tudor building.

The Tudor Soldier Archer to King Henry VIII (soldier and Sheriff)

Crime and Punishment A Tudor dungeon.

The Plague Recreation of a Plague Cottage, complete with Plague Doctor and plague cart in attendance.

Tudor Medicine Visit the barber surgeon where you can have your hair cut or a tooth extracted!

The Tudor Street Walk through the Tudor market with its assortment of wares; pass the stables and look into where the poor family live. Find out more about how Tudor houses were built.

Tudor Entertainment From bear-baiting to executions.

The School Room What time did the day start and what did they learn?

Superstitions, Witchcraft and the Occult Visit Mother Shipton's house, the famous Tudor witch and prophetess.

Science and Alchemy Examine Dr John Dee's laboratory and his strange experiments with life and death.

Tudor Exploration See Sir Francis Drake aboard the Golden Hind and discover what life was like on board ship.

The Privy Chamber Be brought into the inner sanctum of King Henry VIII and find out why made himself head of the Church of England and married six times.

The Golden Age Bow before her majestic, Elizabeth I in her throne room and discover why she was such a successful monarch, despite being a woman?

William Shakespeare sits writing his plays, while keeping an eye on the tavern he took so much inspiration from.

Tudor Ghosts The Tudors were fascinated by ghosts and William Shakespeare was no exception.

Food and Drink The Three Tunns Tavern, that used to be on this property in the 16th century. William Roger's the tavern keeper, was the real-life inspiration for Shakespeare's Falstaff character. Feel free to join in the revelry.

Tour does not include hotel pick up. Rates are per person in US Dollars. Please order online or call to order or for more information.

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