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Welcome to the William Morris Gallery
Exhibitions, events and ticket sales information
Opening times and information about the facilities
Browse our themes or search the collection
Resources for students and teachers
Support the William Morris Gallery
The gallery and venue hire
Play, make and get hands on with Creative Kids, a regular session for children under five to enjoy with their parents and carers
A 3-in-1 guided tour of the Gallery, Lloyd Park, and Lloyd Park Artist Studios
We are currently seeking volunteers: find out what’s involved at this informal drop-in session
Enjoy a multi-sensory fruity experience inspired by Morris’s fantastical tree in his Fruit wallpaper. Includes drawing and soap-making.
An exclusive evening viewing of this landmark new exhibition
The Autumn Volunteer Recruitment deadline has been extended to midnight Sunday 22 October
See how William Morris used drawing in his work and draw fantastic designs for the future.
A highlights tour of May Morris: Art & Life
Award-winning artists Genetic Moo are running creative coding workshops at Winns Gallery.
Explore Arts and Crafts techniques using clay, aluminum and copper foils to create beautiful hand-made gifts.
Our Young Curators present a free one-off Late event that will celebrate the art of contemporary needlecraft
Significant Seams bring their love of sewing to Family Day to celebrate May Morris's talent for embroidery.
Celebrate Morris’s love of nature by creating gelatin (vegetarian) prints, working directly with plants and leaves.
Taking Gayle Chong Kwan's work as inspiration, use paper collage and light sensitive paper to explore your experiences of Epping Forest.
Lloyd Park, Forest Road
Walthamstow, London, E17 4PP 020 8496 4390
Wednesday to Sunday, 10am-5pm
The William Morris Gallery is owned and operated by Waltham Forest Council