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Now CLOSED until 16 March 2019. The Farm was the childhood home of Shakespeare's mother. Today you can experience all the sights, sounds and smells of a working Tudor farm, just as it would have been when Shakespeare was a boy. Watch "Tudors" go...more
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Station Rd | Wilmcote, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 9UN, England
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Visited Mary Arden's Tudor Farm on 8 October 2018 and had a fantastic time exploring the farmhouses (both Mary Arden's and also Palmer's farmhouse). Enjoyed speaking to the 'Tudor residents', watching them having a Tudor Farm lunch and questions were welcomed from the visitors. Learnt...More
Excellent playground for kids. My five year old loved running around the open spaces. The man doing the birds of prey was excellent and very entertaining. It is a little expensive when you consider what is actually there but most of our party enjoyed it....More
It has occurred to me on more than one occasion to wonder what Stratford-Upon-Avon would be like today were it not for the Bard. Quieter for certain.
The nearby village of Wilmcote on the other hand has probably grown pretty much as it would have...More
A fabulous place, even on a cold, damp November afternoon. We arrived about 2pm, it was our first stop on the Shakespeare tour so we bought the ticket for all the attractions, it’s silly not to really. I certainly got a feel of how the...More
Brilliant! Cannot rate the farm high enough! It was a very educational and fun walk back in time. The staff are incredibly knowledgeable. Ideal for families with children with loads of friendly animals, places to wash hands and picnic areas. I would personally recommend buying...More
This was the last stop on our tour of Shakespeare properties so we were getting a little bit tired of the Shakespeare history but this place was fun. There were characters dressed in period costume who brought the whole property to life. We chatted to...More
Birds of prey show not to be missed.
Plenty to do for young and old.
If your family like animals go here.
We saw horses,cows,chickens,geese’s ferret and lot more up close and all seem to be well looked after.
We got there on the sightseeing...More
We'd visited the other properties last year so was using the last couple of days on our tickets to visit the farm and Halls croft.
We didn't think the farm trip would take long but we spent about 4 1/2 hours here.
The geese droving...More
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More info for you:- The Tudors will be in their usual Tudor costume but there will be a Halloween theme about the farm eg ghostly things in the wood and pumpkins everywhere. There is pumpkin carving in a marquee and visitors... More
More info for you:- The Tudors will be in their usual Tudor costume but there will be a Halloween theme about the farm eg ghostly things in the wood and pumpkins everywhere. There is pumpkin carving in a marquee and visitors can take them home. It will be our last day of the season.