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Shakespeare's Globe


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21 New Globe Walk
London, SE1 9

 020 7928 9444

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"Shakespeare's Globe for a unique theatre experience."  See More

"London covers a lot of area so group together sites in the same area to save travel time, like the Shakespeare's Globe and Tate Modern are close to each other; the Natural History Museum and Victoria & Albert Museum are across the street from each other; the London Eye is near the House Of Parliament and Big Ben."  See More

"GET the LION BAR, amazing Do a tour of the Shakespeare's Globe or take in a play."  See More

"DAY 3 visit Shakespeare's Globe before walking along the South Bank to the London Eye."  See More

"Well worth exploring Saint Paul's Cathedral, climbing to the top of Monument to the Great Fire of London, visiting Shakespeare's Globe, and going out for a curry in Brick Lane"  See More

"Otherwise, continue on towards the Shakespeare's Globe by the riverside."  See More

"Then walk down the South Bank and along the way you will see sites such as the Tate Modern, Shakespeare's Globe and The Tower Of London (along many others) Along the way you will also pass a lot of pubs for lunch as you had said you wanted to."  See More

"Some of the highlights include Tower Of London, Natural History Museum, Buckingham Palace, The British Museum, National Gallery, Tate Modern, London Eye, The London Dungeon, Madame Tussauds London, Harrods, Shakespeare's Globe, Saint Paul's Cathedral and on and on!"  See More

"I've also taken different ones of them to The Windsor Castle (highly recommend as a daytrip), Shakespeare's Globe (only if a particular interest), Kensington Palace (not one of my top choices, every time I go they change it and right now it's not particularly interesting)."  See More

"Keeping to the south of Father Thames pass Shakespeare's Globe."  See More

"Shakespeare's Globe is completely open air, so it's best to book early in the morning if the weather is sunny (there's nothing worse then being locked in a standing only pen for two hours while it's pissing down rain)."  See More

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