What’s on at
Tudor World

Tudor World museum is open 364 days a year and has seasonal and regular events throughout this time.

Upcoming Events

The Museum

The museum is suitable for all ages, but you might wish to warn children there are figures in some of the exhibits to enhance the experience and atmospheric lighting.

There are lots of interactive elements: from a touchscreen; videos to choose from; a feast to sit at; a throne to perch on and a four poster bed to lie on. You can take part in a written witch trial; go in the stocks or try your hand at quill writing in the school room.

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Shakespeare tour

Master Shakespeare* has come back through time and will guide you through his beloved town of Stratford upon Avon.

William will relate tales of his family, inspirations from the Town, parts of his plays and bring to life the period in time in which he lived.

*Mrs Shakespeare / Anne Hathaway may also be giving tours on occasion.

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Ghost tour

Ghost tours take place after the museum is closed and the lights switched off! The live guide will relate stories and sightings within the building by lantern light.

The tours have been running since 2002 and the only tour to take place within one of the historic buildings of Stratford!.

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May Half Term Activities

May 28th to June 5th 2022


Henry VIII is looking for a 7th wife and he needs your help! Can you find all the objects around the museum and prevent yourself from execution for incompetence?

All at Sea Summer

July 23rd to September 3rd 2022

In July and August of our Lord 1588 the Spanish Armada prepared to attack England under the reign of Elizabeth I.  Can you help prepare the navy for their voyage? Successful children / explorers can pick their prize from the treasure chest and receive a certificate! Included in the price of entry.

Shakespeare Tours will be taking place of the Town from 2pm everyday. Extra charge applies.




Victorian Halloween Week!

October 22nd to October 31st 2022

Whilst the traditions of ghosts and traditions have been with us for many centuries (Shakespeare mentions ghosts in his plays), it was perhaps the Victorians who really started the craze for Seances and all things paranormal. So join us – if you date – for a week of day and night Halloween Events at this historical building. Quizzes for the children, evening Victorian Seances and Jack the Ripper nights! Not forgetting a few Halloween Terror Tours – which ghostly spectre will be your guide?


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