William Morris Gallery Overview

The William Morris Gallery is yet another attraction in London dedicated to the rich art and culture of the city. It is the only public museum dedicated to William Morris, the celebrated English arts and crafts designer. Set in Morris’ family home, the museum underwent a major transformation in the year 2012, winning the Museum of the Year award.

The collections include fabrics, carpets, rugs, furniture, wallpaper, stained glass and printed tiles designed by Morris, sometimes in collaboration with artists like Edward Burne-Jones, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Philip Webb, and Ford Madox Brown among others.If you're planning a Europe travel, consider including a visit to view these remarkable pieces, offering insights into the Arts and Crafts movement and its impact on design and aesthetics.

Apart from the Morris home, their gardens have also been converted into public spaces and are today known as Lloyd Park. Here, you can spot an old moat, a skate park, a cafe, gallery space, artist studios and more.


Lloyd Park, Forest Rd, London E17 4PP, United Kingdom


- Tuesday - Sunday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

- Monday: Closed

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