Here you will find the place where Shakespeare rest. Need pay 3 pounds to have access to the grave place.
About Holy Trinity Church
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If your visiting Stratford-upon-Avon because of William Shakespeare then you must go and see where he is buried. The Church in itself is well worth a visit and the suggested donation of £3.00 per person to go up to the altar goes to the upkeep...More
Felt as though we had to see Shakespeares grave but was a little annoyed that they asked for a donation but you had to pay to go to the grave. Not really a donation.
I visited the Shakespeare’s grave at the church. I thought the person talking about the church was part of the money you paid to get into the church, little did I know this was a private tour I think they needs to be more communication...More
We were staying just up the road from this church, so pooped along in the morning. we had to wait until Holy Communion finished, but had a look around the pleasant giftshop while we waited. Unfortunately there was only half an hour before a funeral...More
Shakespeare's grave is inside the church near the altar. A donation is asked for by the staff who are there to answer your questions. There is a discreet shop at the back of the church. You cannot view the grave during services.
This is a pleasant church to visit with some nice historical background. Most of the church can be viewed free of charge but there is a small fee charged to enter the section where Shakespear's tomb is located.
We walked around the church and its grounds, however we didn’t actually see the grave. It requests a suggested donation, however the entrance was staffed. As we didn’t have any cash on us, we couldn’t see it. The church itself was nicely kept. There are...More
This is a beautiful church and we really enjoyed looking round. The graveyard and gardens were immaculate. It's very easy to get to following a nice walk along the river or you can take the little foot ferry for only 50p.
Very informative. Ask about the Sanctuary knocker and the bible code. There was a £3 per adult donation but this was well worth it.