By Carol Linfield
This special has either sold out due to huge demand or may no longer be available at the originally advertised price, terms and conditions.
Wed, Sat 11am-5pm 2 April-2 July
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Once home to the English textile designer, artist, writer and libertarian socialist William Morris, Kelmscott Manor in Oxfordshire is a Grade I-listed farmhouse built from limestone in around 1600. The idyllic country house was William Morris' summer home from 1871, when he signed a joint lease with Pre-Raphaelite painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti. The house still contains many works by Morris -- and by Rosetti -- including furniture, original textiles, pictures, carpets, ceramics and metalwork.
12-9:30pm Mon-Fri; 12-3pm Sat 1 Sep-30 Nov
12-5:30pm daily until 28 Feb, 2017
12-9:30pm Sun-Fri until 31 Oct
12pm, 7pm Tue-Thu 1 Sep-30 Nov, 2016; 5-31 Jan, 2017
7:30-10:45pm Sun-Wed until 30 Oct; +£30 Thu-Sat
2-6pm daily 1 Sep-28 Feb