William Morris Gallery is all about Morris’s works who was a designer, craftsman & socialist. See stained glass, furniture, painted tiles, carpets and embroidered fabrics

William Morris Gallery-London is located in the magnificent Georgian home of Morris. Art and design lovers will enjoy the various works of Morris that are housed in the gallery. These include stained glass, furniture, painted tiles, carpets and embroidered fabrics.

William Morris was a designer, craftsman, socialist. This gallery is all about his exceptional works. It is housed in a Georgian house, built in the 1740s and set in Lloyd Park in Walthamstow, in north-east London. This is a grade II* listed building where Morris’s family lived from 1848 to 1856.

William Morris Gallery: Admission ticket price, opening hours

Admission Tickets: Free admission i.e. no entrance fee.
Opening Hours: Wednesday to Sunday, 10am-5pm. Pre-booked schools and group tours are welcome on Tuesdays. Open on Bank Holidays including Mondays. Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day

Address and nearest tube to William Morris Gallery

Address: Lloyd Park, Forest Road, Walthamstow, London, E17 4PP
Telephone and Email: 0208 496 4283, 020 8496 4390, Email. [email protected], [email protected]
Nearest Tube, Train and Bus: Walthamstow Central (Victoria Line) and Blackhorse Road (Victoria Line), Train- Walthamstow Central. Bus- bus numbers 34, 97, 215, 275, or 357. Please visit the Journey Planner of Transport for London to see how to get there.
Car parking: No car park is available. Parking in the local area is very limited. There is a pay and display car park at the Town Hall Complex on Forest Road, also a small pay and display car park on Bedford Road. Using public transport is advised. The Gallery has three disabled parking bays for blue badge holders only but need to call them in advance for booking.

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