Mary Arden’s House – Wilmcote – Mary Arden’s Farm – Farmbuildings – entrance gate by ell brown

This is Mary Arden’s House, or as it is known now as Mary Arden’s Farm.

It is currently closed for winter. The best time to get it, without all those tourists around the place.

The site is owned by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. There is a series of different farm houses, and they have farm animals on site!

The entrance for visitors, cars and coaches is here. A little quiet in February. Wait until it’s March to November!

The buildings you see here are Grade II listed as Farmbuildings.

SP15NE (North side)
8/62 Dovecote approx. 8m. N of
01/02/67 Palmer’s Farmhouse
(Formerly listed as
Outbuildings at Mary Ardens


Shelter sheds, cider house and covered cartway. C17/C18. Coursed lias; old tile
roofs. L-plan. 5-bay shelter sheds: right end bay now walled in with C20 door.
Interior: Retains parts of hay racks. Queen strut roof with braces to tie beams
and trenched purlins. 2-bay cider house has plank door. Interior: Queen strut
roof with collar and through purl is Cider mill, brought in from elsewhere.
Covered cartway walls lean markedly. Forms part of an interesting group with
Mary Arden’s House (q.v.), dovecote (q.v.) and barn and stable (q.v.).

Listing NGR: SP1643258157

The entrance from Station Road.
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