40 Beeches Avenue
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- Phone: 020 8770 4781
- Web Site: http://www.sutton.gov.uk
- Web Site: http://www.friendsofhoneywood.co.uk/Little_Holland_House
The former home of artist, designer and craftsman Frank Dickinson (1874-1961). Designed and built by Dickinson between 1902-04, the Grade II* listed interior was created entirely by him, inspired by the ideals of Ruskin, Carlyle & Morris, in an eclectic mix of Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau and Glasgow School style. Rescued by the local Council in 1972, restored and opened to the public in 1974, it stands as a unique testament to the power and influence of the English Arts and Crafts Movement.
Jan-Dec 1st Sun in month 1330-1730 plus Sun-Mon of Bank Holiday weekends 1330-1730 Closed: Christmas & New Year
Rail: Carshalton Beeches Bus: 154 Road: B278 - no off-street parking available
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Facilities and services
- Wheelchair access to some public areas
Guided tours for groups by prior arrangement only, outside normal opening hours. A fee of £5 per person (to include introductory talk) will be charged. Wheelchair access to ground floor only.
- Brochure or leaflet available with directions to museum
- Foreign language leaflet or brochure available
- Guided tours
- Pre-booking service for groups
- Greater London
- stone carving
- arts and crafts
- art nouveau
- Social History
- Architecture & Built Environment
- arts, craft and design roles
- designer (arts, craft and design roles)
- interior designer
- British History
- Contemporary (British History)
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