Kelmscott Manor was the inspirational country home of William Morris; poet, designer, craftsman, socialist and founding father of the Arts and Crafts movement. This Grade I listed house was loved by Morris as a survival of traditional craftsmanship in harmony with the nearby village and surrounding landscape, which lies towards the very upper reaches of the Thames, inspiring many of his most important designs and writings, including world-famous Willow pattern.
Opening Dates: 1st April – 29th October
General public – pre-booking on line is advisable – bookings are now being taken.
Adults: £12.50 (Standard) £13.75(Gift Aid)
Concessions: (Students and children 5 – 16) £7.50 (Standard) £8.25 (Gift Aid)
Family (2 adults & 2 Children) £33.00 (Standard) £30.00 (Gift Aid)
Ticket price includes access to Manor house, meadows and formal gardens.
Toilets, Licensed Tearoom, Gift Shop.
The Manor house has step free access to the ground floor rooms only, all other buildings have step free access. Accessible toilet available.
A new designated parking area has been instigated keeping vehicles away from the Manor House Estate and ensuring the protection of the historic buildings and natural environment of the village of Kelmscott.