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Shakespeare's Globe Theatre & Exhibition

The Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre on the banks of the Thames is a reconstruction of the original open-air theater which was designed in 1599. Shakespeare worked here and wrote many of his best works here.

In the Globe Theater Exhibition you will get an impression of theater in the time of Shakespeare and how the current Shakespeare’s Globe Theater came about through various displays and live demonstrations.

Do you want to experience a play by Shakespeare, as it was performed at the time? Then visit a performance at the Globe Theater. During the theater season, which runs from May to September, plays by Shakespeare, his contemporaries and writers from our time are staged.

Opening Hours

Box Office daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Check the website for all shows, tours, times and prices.

How to get there

Southwark, London Bridge, Blackfriars, Cannon Street
Southwark Bridge Bankside Pier (Stop BC): 344
Bankside Pier
New Globe Walk, Tate Modern

Prices

Prices for standard tickets and are indications.

Children
12,-
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Adults
21,-
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Concession*
19,-
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* Concession: Seniors and students on presentation of identification / student pass.

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