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Shakespeare’s Globe: Guided Tour

  • Duration: 50mins
  • Live guide in English

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Cath,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
02 Feb 2023
The welcome and the information about the globe was engaging and enthusiastically delivered. The guide was really knowledgeable and interesting. Thank you
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Kim,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
17 Feb 2023
Our tour guide was funny and full of information;
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29 Mar 2023
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About: Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Shakespeare’s Globe is a stunning and architecturally accurate recreation of the bard’s original theatrical home from 1599. It features an authentic Tudor exterior and thatch roof (the only one in London) while the interior is a loving ode to the way Shakespeare’s plays were viewed by Shakespeare’s public.

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
21,New Globe Walk, SE1 9DT, London
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