The Easter Bunny has helped some of his little friends to hide all around the building.
For younger children the challenge is to count the bunnies, which will require eagle eyes because our ancient building has lots of great hiding places! All the bunnies have names, which older children will be able to guess and from the clues work out which of Shakespeare’s plays they are characters from.
There are prizes for all young visitors taking part and when you’ve finished the Easter Trail there are other games and activities in the Georgian Classroom to explore, quill writing to experiment with and a lively Tudor lesson with Master Thomas Jenkins to join in the excitement of.Buy Tickets
For the first time visitors to Stratford-upon-Avon will be able to explore the place of William Shakespeare’s birth and where he went to school by purchasing one joint ticket to the two historical landmarks.
Shakespeare’s Schoolroom & Guildhall in Stratford-upon-Avon is about to light up the dark evenings with the lantern of Jeremiah Pinchbeck, a character from the 18th century with a tale or two to tell. Once the caretaker of this magnificent building, Jeremiah will guide visitors down the ancient halls rekindling stories from the past, some of which may set your spine tingling.