Towns in the Cotswold region
Kelmscott Manor and William Morris
Originally constructed in 1570 from the local Cotswold limestone, Kelmscott Manor became the summer home of William Morris, the famous designer and poet, in the eighteenth century.
The Grade 1 listed Tudor farmhouse is home to a permanent collection of Morris’s designs and hosts an exhibition of pivotal events and meetings in his life. From here, further information can be found about the pre-Raphelite Dante Gabriel Rossetti, the architect Phillip Webb and the painter Edmunde Burne Jones.
The gardens which were a great source of inspiration for many of Morris’s designs can also be visited.
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