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The ridiculous rule of only guided tours before 1.30 was so disappointing. After spend your money we had a terrible tour of the house. The guide seemed to think that we already knew heaps and just threw peoples names about with no explanation of who...More
This is quite a good place to visit if you are interested in Morris and his pre Raphaelite friends.The house is undergoing a lot of work currently, but we still had a very interesting and informative tour with our guide.
Morris did not live in...More
A lovely property with not very much furniture in it, and not a lot of items that belonged to Morris either. The property has only been owned by NT since 2003, and a lot of restoration has been undertaken. There are plenty of areas where...More
Wouldn’t most of us love to live in the Red House! It has domestic proportions with some lovely architectural details, decorated walls, windows etc, as well as a pleasant garden. Sadly, though, there was almost no furniture or other items relating to Morris, or any...More
Lovely place in keeping with its Victorian origins. The staff are helpful and knowledgeable. The photos and furnishings are fascinating, the leaded windows very beautiful and the wall paintings superb. There is small cafe but the coffee was very poor and stale
A most unprepossessing location. I had always meant to visit but never gotten round to it. We took a Addison Lee taxi from central London, which was rather pricey but it saved time and took us to the door without getting lost. The house is...More
If you want to see the house that William Morris lived in, it's fine & the gardens are lovely. However there is little to see in the interior although the guides are full of knowledge. I had expected much more & it is rare that...More