Visit the family home of William Morris, the designer, craftsman, writer, conservationist and socialist.
From 1848 to 1856, the spectacular Georgian house was the family home of William Morris (1834-1896), the designer, craftsman, writer, conservationist and socialist.
William Morris wrote some of his earliest poetry seated in the tall window on the main staircase, and his friend Edward Burne-Jones, on a visit to the Morrises in the 1850s, painted studies of the trees on the island.
Until 11 Sep 2022: Althea Mcnish: Colour is Mine. A retrospective of one of the UK’s most innovative textile artists and the first designer of Caribbean descent to achieve worldwide recognition.