There are several good web sites that give a diverse look at Shakespeare's old haunt, London's Globe Theatre. ENotes provides an extensive history of the theatre, and the link is provided below. Others include:
- The Shakespeare Resource Center (http://www.bardweb.net/globe.html) is a good choice, and it covers virtually every aspect of Shakespeare's life and career. It also includes some other excellent links.
- One of the two best sites is probably The Old Globe Theater History (http://www.william-shakespeare.info/william-shakespeare-globe-theatre.htm)
- The Globe Theatre (http://www.globe-theatre.org.uk/globe-theatre-history.htm) may well be the most comprehensive site on the Web for The Globe.
- The current theatre's home site, Shakespeare's Globe(http://www.shakespearesglobe.com/) is also a good place to visit, although it primarily gives information about the present-day theatre and its events.
I think the best website would be their own. I have cited two links below. The third site I've referenced is a fantastic resource for information on the theatre's history.