Situated in a house built in the 1740’s and set in Lloyd Park, Walthamstow, the William Morris Gallery reopened in August 2012 following a fantastic redevelopment. It is the only public gallery devoted to Morris – who for a period lived in the house – and is home to many permanent displays as well as temporary exhibitions by visiting artists. A new cafe and landscaped gardens influenced by the designs of Morris make this a must visit in the area. It is also a mere stones throw from my house!
William Morris Gallery
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For sure a nice play where to spend a few hours, or even more time 🙂
PS: I like very much the photo with the two chairs.