The Friends scheme
Become a Friend of Kelmscott Manor
The Friends scheme helps support the vital conservation work required to safeguard the future of Kelmscott Manor and its internationally important collection. Becoming a Friend, or purchasing a gift membership for someone else, is one of the most effective ways to support meaningful improvements to the Kelmscott Manor estate. In return, you’ll receive increased access to the Manor and other exciting membership benefits.
Renew your membership! Click here to renew your membership online.
- FREE entry to the property during General Open Days
- FREE Kelmscott Manor guidebook (one per membership)
- FREE or discounted tickets to special events at the Manor and in London
- Regular newsletter mailings from Kelmscott Manor
- 10% discount in the Kelmscott Manor shop (online orders and books excluded)
- 10% discount in the Kelmscott Manor tearoom
You can pay buy cash, cheque, credit card or direct debit (direct debit payments receive a £5 discount).
- Friend: £35 (£30 with Direct Debit)
- Friend + One: £55 (£50 with Direct Debit)
- Family Friend (two adults +all children at the same residence): £60 (£55 with Direct Debit)
- Student Friend (full-time students): £20 (£15 with Direct Debit)
How to become a Friend
You can now purchase Friends memberships online. You can also purchase a membership one of the following ways:
- Stop by the Information Desk in the South Road Barn during your visit at Kelmscott Manor.
- Download the Friends Order Form and return (with payment) to: Friends of Kelmscott Manor, Kelmscott, Lechlade, GL7 3HJ
- Call +44 (0) 01367 252486, Tuesday to Saturday between 11.00 am and 5.00 pm
"There are many benefits to becoming a Friend of Kelmscott Manor, giving you value every time you visit and helping us look after this important historic property with one of the most important collections of its kind in the world. We hope you will become a Friend, and we look forward to welcoming you to Kelmscott Manor and to the Society’s apartments at Burlington House, where William Morris was a Fellow".
~Maurice Howard, President of the Society of Antiquaries of London (2010-2014)