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Harvard House

Harvard House                High Street
CV37  6HB
Tel: 01789 204016
Fax: 01789  296083

The most ornate house in Stratford.  Harvard House is a fine example of an Elizabethan town house, containing many  architectural features. Rebuilt in 1596, it was the home of Katherine Rogers,  mother of John Harvard, founder of Harvard University. It was presented in 1910  to Harvard University by Edward Morris, a famous Chicago millionaire. The  setting is perfect for the nationally important Neish Collection of Pewter which  ranges from Roman times to the 19th century. Cared for by the Shakespeare  Birthplace Trust on behalf of Harvard University

Directions From Stratford Tourist Information Centre, proceed up Bridge Street and turn  left at roundabout into High Street. Harvard House is on your right

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