Clopton Bridge and pleasure boat. Royal Shakespeare Theatre and Holy Trinity Church. Holy Trinity Church. Canal boats by the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Punting on the River Avon
Famous as the birth place and final home of playwright William Shakespeare. There are five sites associated with Skakespeare and his family. Three sites are within walking distance of each other in the town centre:
- Shakespeare's Birthplace, where the dramatist was born, in 1564, and grew up;
- Hall's Croft was the home Shakespeare's elder daughter, Susana, and her husband, Dr. John Hall;
- Nash's House, home of Thomas Nash, husband of Shakespeare's granddaughter. Next door was New Place, where Shakespeare died. Only the fundations remain, with an Elizabethan-style knot garden.
The Birthplace, Holy Trinity Church, Nash's House, Mary Arden's House, Anne Hathaway's Cottage.
Out of town are two sites:
- Anne Hathaway's Cottage, where Shakespeare's wife lived as a child;
- Arden's House, the childhood home of Shakespeare's mother.