Nash's House / New Place

Thomas Nash, a wealthy property owner who married Shakespeare's granddaughter Elizabeth Hall, owned Nash's House. In addition to the exceptional collection of 17th-century tapestries and oak furniture, Nash's House also exhibits the history of Stratford-upon-Avon. The house adjoins the site of New Place, Shakespeare's Stratford home for the last eighteen years of his life. The only remaining parts of New Place are the small portions of foundation walls, some brickwork and a couple of wells.