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Welcome to Little Holland House

 

Little Holland House    

 

Address: Little Holland House, 40 Beeches Avenue, Carshalton, SM5 3LW

Opening Hours: First Sunday of each month, 11am - 5pm

General Admission: FREE

 

About Little Holland House

Take a step back in time and visit the former home of artist, designer and craftsman Frank Dickinson (1874-1961). A unique interpretation of the English arts and crafts movement, the Grade II* interior was created entirely by Dickinson, inspired by the ideals of John Ruskin and William Morris and contains Dickinson's paintings, hand-made furniture, furnishings, metalwork and carving, in a unique fusion of Art Nouveau and the English Arts and Crafts style. With very limited finances Dickinson designed and built the house himself between 1902-04 - the ultimate in DIY!

 

Enjoy a special afternoon or evening visit to this unique house accompanied by a guide. A chance to make yourself at home and spend time in the extraordinary decorative interior of the house. Discover some of the sources that inspired Frank Dickinson’s creativity.

 

Little Holland House provides wheelchair access to ground floor. Due to the fragile nature of the interior we unable to welcome children’s buggies.

 

How to Get There:

By rail: Carshalton Beeches (3 min. walk)

By road: B278 (there is no off-street parking).

By bus: 154 bus travelling from West Croydon to Morden

 

 
Little Holland House Virtual Tour

Little Holland House Virtual Tour

 
This virtual tour shows Little Holland House, and the story of it's remarkable creators: Frank Dickinson, and his wife, Florence. The vast majority of everything on display- right from the building's foundations to it's furnishings- was created through this partnership.
 
Follow the Red tags to learn the story of the Dickinson family, and their life in Little Holland House.
 
Follow the Blue tags to learn more about each object, and the tale behind their creation.

 

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