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Nash's House & New Place
Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.
Nash's House was owned by Thomas Nash, first husband of Shakespeare's grand-daughter, Elizabeth. In addition to the exceptional collection of Elizabethan furniture and tapestries, Nash's House also has displays upstairs on the fascinating history of Stratford.
Shakespeare spent his retirement years in New Place, next door to Nash's House. Visitors can also enjoy The Knot and Great Garden.
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