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Holy Trinity Church

Visit Shakespeare's Grave and the graves of Anne Hathaway, Dr John Hall and his wife Susanna Shakespeare and Thomas Nash in the chancel of Holy Trinity Church.

Also in the chancel are 26 fine 15th century carved misericords. On the bank of the River Avon, this is one of England's most beautiful parish churches.

Regular closures
Chancel is closed (no access to Shakespeare's grave) on Tuesdays 10 am - 11.15 am for Holy Communion. Rest of church open to visitors.

There is no access to Shakespeare's grave on Sunday mornings, when services are taking place. Church is usually open to visitors 12.15 - 5 pm on Sundays, unless Baptisms are taking place after the morning service, when church will be closed until 1.30 pm.

Please note

The opening hours are always subject to the demands of a busy parish. However, we quite often need to close at fairly short notice (e.g. for funerals). On the day concerned, these times are always listed on the Church notice board in the Churchyard.

We do not open for visitors on Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.

 

Contact information and location

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Holy Trinity Church
Southern Lane
Stratford-upon-Avon


Tel: 01789 266316
Website: www.stratford-upon-avon.org

Opening Times

Spring and Autumn (March and October)
Monday-Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: 12.30pm - 5pm

Summer (April - September)
Monday-Saturday: 8.30am - 6pm
Sunday: 12.30 pm - 5pm

Winter (November - February)
Monday-Saturday: 9am - 4pm
Sunday: 12.30pm - 5pm

Events at this venue

Stratford-upon-Avon Choral Society
From Sat 25th Mar
We are a vibrant choral society, singing the great classical and romantic choral works as well as lesser known and more modern pieces.
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THE BITHPLACE TRUST//The Faith of William Shakespeare
From Sat 20th May
Join us for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation to explore what that meant to Shakespeare and Stratford-upon-Avon.
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