Dig for Shakespeare Exhibition



 An exhibition of archaeological finds that were discovered at New Place during our 'Dig for Shakespeare' project.

A coin, discovered during the dig at New Place

From 2010 to 2012 we embarked on a groundbreaking and innovative archaeological project at the site of New Place; Shakespeare's final home from 1597 until his death in 1616. The Dig for Shakespeare excavations were undertaken in conjunction with the University of Birmingham and a group of volunteers.

The dig is no longer taking place on site, but some of our most exciting finds are now on display in an exhibition at Nash's House, which stands next door to the site and was home to Shakespeare's granddaughter Elizabeth.

Find out more about Dig for Shakespeare in Unearthing Shakespeare, a series of blog posts written by Archaeology Supervisor, Will Mitchell.

Normal opening times and admission prices apply.