The Red House, situated in the heart of Bexley, designed for William Morris by his architect friend Philip Webb in 1859. It is a seminal Arts and Crafts building and garden, the earliest expression of the group of ideas which came to transform garden design after 1880. Since the gardens produced under the influence of the Arts and Crafts style can be regarded as among the finest ever to have been made in England, this is a place of importance in the history of garden design.
Red House Lane, Upton, Bexleyheath, London, Greater London, England, DA6 8JF
Mid February to December. Wednesday to Sunday. Open 11am to 5pm.