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Visit the luxurious home of Shakespeare's daughter and her husband, Dr John Hall, an eminent physician. Explore the house's lavish and elegant rooms many exquisite furnishings and paintings of the period are on display, as well as a small exhibition of early medicine.
Wander through the elegant home of Susanna Shakespeare and her husband, Dr John Hall. Enjoy the luxurious rooms and beautiful decoration of this fascinating house, befitting a wealthy physician of Dr John Hall's status.
Relax in the beautiful gardens and breathe in the fragrant herbs as used by Dr Hall in his remedies.
Named after Dr John Hall, who married Shakespeare's daughter Susanna. This impressive 16th century house, with Jacobean additions, includes outstanding furniture and paintings as well as an exhibition about medicine in Shakespeare's time.
Admire the luxurious Jacobean home of Shakespeare’s daughter Susanna and her husband Dr John Hall.
How the other half live - Explore the wealthy, luxurious home of Shakespeare’s daughter and her husband, Dr John Hall; Flemish painting and fine furniture.
A doctor’s paradise - Rest in the beautiful walled garden, a fragrant oasis of medicinal herbs.
OPENING HOURS 2017
Summer Season 20 March – 29 October 2017- Monday – Sunday - Open 10:00 Last Entry 17:00
Winter Season 30 October 2017 – 20 March 2018 - Monday – Sunday - Open 11:00 Last Entry 16:00
Stratford-upon-Avon is geographically located in the historic heart of England. It is easy to reach from London, the Midlands and the North and is close to the M40, M42 and M6 motorway networks.
The town is a short drive from Junction 15 of the M40 and is well sign posted on all major routes from Coventry, Birmingham, Oxford, Banbury, Worcester and Evesham. Car parking within the town centre is plentiful.
Proceed up Bridge Street and turn left at the roundabout into High Street. Continue straight on past the Town Hall and the Shakespeare Hotel. Follow this road into Church Street, passing the Guild Chapel, King Edward VI School, and the Alms Houses. Continue to the junction at the end of the street and turn left. Halls Croft is to be found on the left approximately 100 metres along.
By Public Transport
Nearest train station: Stratford-upon-Avon
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