Guided tour of the Red House

Guided tour of the Red House

SPAB London Group event

29/02/2020 - 29/02/2020
Members only
Red House
Red House Lane,
United Kingdom

£2 plus £8.50 entry to the house (no entry fee for National Trust members)

Event details

Saturday, 29 February 2020, 11:30 – 14:00

Commissioned by Morris in 1859 and designed by Philip Webb, this is an iconic Arts and Crafts home which was also a hub for the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.

Although now in the suburbs of London, Red House was built as a rural idyll for William and Jane Morris. The house is expressive of some of the ideals of Morris and his friends and still holds original furniture and decoration designed and created by Webb, Rossetti, Morris and others.

The tour will be split into two groups, with a chance for each to explore the gardens, cafe and shop whilst the other has an expert-guided tour around this fascinating building.

In addition to the small booking fee, the standard National Trust entry fee of £8.50 per person (for non-National Trust members) will be payable on the door. There is no additional cost for National Trust members, but please bring your membership card on the day.

Bookings for this event are via eventbrite - clicking the book now button will take you to the eventbrite site to complete your booking.

About the London Group
The SPAB London group was formed in 2015 and it brings together over 1,000 SPAB members living or working in the metropolitan area. London’s diversity of built heritage gives members the opportunity to share knowledge of historic buildings, conservation projects and craft skills. The SPAB London group offers visits to see conservation works on historic buildings, lectures, concerts and its monthly Walks to Nowhere, guided walking tours discovering London’s many distinctive neighbourhoods and ending at an historic pub. Recent walks traversed Bloomsbury, Smithfield and Borough.


Booking Terms & Conditions

Accessibility: please contact the Group Organiser before booking to discuss any special access requirements.

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