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The William Morris Gallery is dedicated to the eponymous English Arts and Crafts designer who lived here.
The William Morris Gallery is dedicated to the eponymous English Arts and Crafts designer who lived here. Learn more about Morris, and admire the beautiful creations by artisans of the Arts and Crafts Movement.
Lloyd Park House, 531 Forest Rd, London, United Kingdom
+44 20 8496 43
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