Find the perfect image from our huge archive and get it professionally printed onto a product of your choice. It's simple!
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust is the independent charity that cares for the world’s greatest Shakespeare heritage sites in Stratford-upon-Avon, and promotes the enjoyment and understanding of his works, life and times all over the world.
Together, Shakespeare's family homes form an iconic destination in the UK which has been attracting visitors from around the globe for centuries.
At the heart of all things 'Shakespeare', the Trust holds the world’s largest Shakespeare-related library, museum and archives open to the public, with over 1 million documents, 55,000 books and 12,000 museum objects. Our print store offers a selection of the most inspiring and important images from our collections, with new images being added all the time.
Every purchase supports the vital care and conservation of the Shakespeare Houses and Collections.
1 Choose your Image
Explore our library of imagery to find the artwork or photograph you've been looking for. Being home to millions of images and hosting artwork for more than 150 brands, you're sure to find a piece you'll love
2 Pick your Product
Your item is made-to-order by our experts. We ensure pixel-perfect image reproduction and superior quality or your money back. We then carefully package and ship it to you, so that it arrives quickly and safely
3 Made-to-order and delivered
We offer a wide range of products on which to print your image, allowing you to create both beautiful wall art and photo gifts. Choose from canvas prints, mugs, puzzles, framed prints, keyrings, cushions and many more
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Turn your chosen image into high quality wall art, homeware, a gift, accessory or greetings card
Coriolanus, photo by Joe Cocks, 1989
A Midsummer Nights Dream, photographed by Tom Holte, 1962
Sir Walter Scott at Shakespeare's tomb, 1830
An embroidered Sweet Bag, late sixteenth-century
A Midsummer Night's Dream, photo by Joe Cocks, 1977