Hall's Croft

Hall’s Croft


Admire stunning period interiors in the house built for the next generation: Shakespeare’s daughter Susanna and her husband, physician John Hall. Their bright future was partly founded on Shakespeare’s success.
Compare Jacobean thinking to today’s, in our medical exhibition. The walled garden is a beautiful, restorative place, and the delicious cafe menu certainly promotes visitor wellbeing!
If walls could talk - Enjoy tales from our guides of extraordinary guests and residents from the house’s history. So many were attracted by its beautiful interior and its special significance in the Shakespeare family story.

What makes it special

  • The home of Shakespeare’s daughter and her husband, physician John Hall
  • Visit the medical exhibition
  • Enjoy the beautifully preserved gardens

Open Monday to Sunday all year round. Opening hours vary by season so please check our website for the most up to date information: www.shakespeare.org.uk

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Hall’s Croft

Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 6BG

Map references

Lat/Lng: 52.188563, -1.708688

Contact information

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