Plan of New Place, Stratford Upon Avon. From James Halliwell 'The Life of William Shakespeare', 1848, page 165. Original published size 6.2cm wide by 3.9cm high.

      Description of site of New Place, Stratford upon Avon, from The Life of Shakespeare by James Halliwell-Phillipps, p.165.

"The annexed plan exhibits the site of New Place (A), with the extensive grounds (F) originally connected with it. In the garden (marked F) was the celebrated mulberry-tree said to have been planted by Shakespeare, a scion of which now flourishes on the site of the parent stock."

      Photographs of the New Place site as it existed in the early 21st century are linked here.