William Shakespeare lived from 1564 to 1616, and is undoubtedly the most famous playwright in the English literary canon. Today, Shakespeare’s fans have a fascinating selection of attractions to choose from when indulging their interest in the Elizabethan writer. We provide visitor information for ten of the most important Shakespearean sites, from his birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon to the site of the original Globe Theatre in London.Read More
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Besides the various destination and thematic guides we produce on Archaeology Travel, we also publish a range of articles based on our own experiences visiting archaeology and history sites and museums. These vary considerably. From providing basic tips on how to buy tickets or how to get to certain places. To providing the kind of information you might not find on official websites - such as how early you need to get in line if you want to visit a site where there is no provision for online reservations. The following are our latest articles, as they were published with the most recent at the top. We are always interested to hear from potential long term writers as well as readers who would like to produce one of guests posts. If this is you, do contact us.