The only public museum devoted to the life and legacy of William Morris: designer, craftsman and socialist.
The William Morris Gallery displays the life and work of the radical Victorian designer, craftsman and campaigner, William Morris, and explores his continuing relevance today.
Housed in a Georgian house, built in the 1740s, and set in Lloyd Park in Walthamstow, the grade II* listed building was Morris's family home from 1848 to 1856.
The only public Gallery devoted to William Morris, it reopened in August 2012 following a major redevelopment.
The Gallery is a popular venue for corporate and private events. The venue is now licensed for marriages and civil partnerships and revenue raised from venue hire supports exhibitions, events and education programmes.
The William Morris Gallery is available for hire from £270, with capacity 35 to 120.
This room features original painted panelling and wooden floors and is hung with artworks from the gallery collection. It is fully equipped with state-of-the-art projection equipment and the furniture is flexible so can be arranged to suit any occasion.
Daisy Learning Studio
The Daisy Learning Studio can be hired for a range of uses, from community group meetings to workshops, training sessions and private events.
It seats 40 people in a lecture style or 20 people in a boardroom style.
The beautiful, orangery-inspired Tea Room is housed in the new extension and boasts stunning views over Lloyd Park. It is available for private hire in the evenings and on days when the gallery is closed. For larger events, it can be combined with hire of the Story Lounge.
The impressive first floor landing of this historic house, is known as the Story Lounge.
For larger events, it can be combined with the hire of the Tea Room to accommodate up to 80 people for a drinks reception.
For very special events, the William Morris Gallery can arrange for the exhibition galleries to be open and staffed.