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Apple Days at Mary Ardens Farm

Mary Ardens Farm, Station Road, Wilmcote, CV37 9UN
01789 204016
September 25th
Come and join in with apple-themed games and cooking displays for the whole family as we celebrate the end of the harvest at our Michaelmas fair.

About the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust is the independent charity that cares for the world’s greatest Shakespeare heritage sites, the five Shakespeare family homes in Stratford-upon-Avon, and promotes the enjoyment and understanding of Shakespeare’s works, life and times all over the world. The charity runs formal and informal educational programmes for people of all ages. It holds the world’s largest Shakespeare-related museum and archives open free to the public, a collection which is designated as being of international importance. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust receives no regular direct government funding or public subsidy; it depends on income generated through the support of visitors, donors, grant funders, volunteers and Friends.


Visitor Information

The Shakespeare family homes and gardens, plus Harvard House is open 363 days a year (Shakespeare’s Birthplace opens every day except Christmas Day; seasonal opening at Mary Arden’s Farm). Tickets range from £9.50 - £23.90 (adults), group and concession discounts are also available. Visitors can enjoy free unlimited entry for 12 months with all passes. For more information and to plan your visit, see