Tudor World is one of Stratford-Upon-Avon's 'must see' attractions.
An award-winning museum Tudor World/The Falstaff Experience won The Godiva Award for Best Visitor Attraction in Warwickshire and Coventry 2009 and the Silver award The museum won a Godiva Silver Award in 2008.
There is a small outside theatre area at the rear of the property, which local acting troops use, in particular The Earl of Oxford's Men.
The foundations of the building date back to 1196. Parts of the existing building date back to 1470 and the rest to 1595. The cobblestone carriageway is the only surviving in Stratford. William Shakespeare has documented connections with the building and is said to have based his Falstaff character on the tavern keeper.
By day the museum, which reside at the back of the private-occupied house, is Tudor World with authentically themed recreations of 16th century life.
By night, the ghost tours and ghost hunts take place.
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