Things to see & do

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What's on

There are plenty of interesting things going on at Red House this season. As part of our our Philip Webb centenary, we are hosting lecture lunches which feature talks on Phillip Webb's letters, and his role in life at Red House. Apple day in October is fun for all the family.


During school holidays and half terms children can look for the hidden wombats around the house on our Wombat trail. Morris and his friends were obsessed with wombats and Burne Jones drew one in his Drawing Room wall paintings. You'll have to find that one too to win the prize.

Don't miss

  • The new Philip Webb exhibition celebrating the centenary of his death
  • Previously undiscovered pre-Raphaelite Genesis wall painting in Morris's bedroom
  • The recently conserved Burne-Jones paintings and the astonishing newly revealed decoration around them
  • The bright colours of the hall ceiling decoration which was cleaned recently
  • Exhibition of the original Philip Webb house plans
  • The 'smiley face' painted on the ceiling during Morris' time
Examine the detail on the settle in the hall at Red House © NTPL/John Hammond

Examine the detail on the settle in the hall at Red House

View our collection online

You can see highlights from the collection here at Red House on the National Trust Collections website.