The curator of Kelmscott House in London would like us to visit.
The December issue of South East Walker has a plea from the curator inviting walkers to drop in to William Morris’s house at Hammersmith on a Thursday, Friday or Saturday afternoon 2-5pm. There is no admission charge.
Kelmscott House was William Morris’s London home. Several days upstream is his country home Kelmscott Manor.
Although the Thames Path is officially on both banks in central London it is the south side which is most used as this is where the towpath is.
However, if you want to see Morris’s London house you can cross Hammersmith Bridge and take the north bank. After calling in continue upstream to cross back at Barnes Bridge.
Pages 52 and 189.