A small selection of experienced tour operators
specializing in the Arts and Crafts movement.
ARTS AND CRAFTS TOURS OF GREAT BRITAIN
Four fully escorted 7 day tours are planed for 2006.
Early Spring - April 22-28th
Early Summer - June 10th-16th
Summer - July 15th-21st
Late Summer - August 19th- 25th.
The itinerary will include the most important Arts and
Crafts homes in Great Britain, such as The Red House,
Standen, Kelmscott and Wightwick Manors, Rodmarton,
Cheltenham Museum, and Charleston (plus other Lutyens
and Voysey Houses!)
In London we visit The De Morgan Centre and the William
Morris Gallery, Leighton House, plus other Churches
and museums, all showing the beauty of this period.
As we have only 6 places on each tour, places are limited-
so please book early!
Prices and itineraries from:
Martin and Caroline Easton
Arts and Crafts Tours of Great Britain
Church Hill Centre
6 Station Street
ARTS AND CRAFTS TOURS
Elaine Hirschl Ellis
President Arts & Crafts Tours
110 Riverside Drive, Suite 15-E
New York, NY 10024
Tel. 212 362-0761
Fax. 212 787-2823
A full complement of experts guide unique specialized
educational trips to Britain. With visits to private
homes - often including dinners - rarely visited collections
and gardens, travel by luxury mini-coach, accommodations
in luxurious small hotels and manor houses, and access
to the very best of the English Arts & Crafts Movement,
these trips are a never to be forgotten experience.
95 Squire Place
Orchard Park, NY 14127
Tel. 716 667-3359
Fax. 716 667-3359
Ashton-Drye Associates provides tours to sites, both domestic
and overseas, related to the development of the Arts &
Crafts movement, locales of interest to scholars as well as
collectors and masterpieces of architecture and decorative
arts. Locales include Scotland, Ireland, England, Wales, the
Isle of Man, Vienna, Prague, Budapest, American Frank Lloyd
Wright Sites, Stickley Sites, Roycroft Sites, Green &
Green Sites. Tours often sponsored by Arts & Crafts organizations
like the Foundation at Roycroft, the Gamble House and accompanied
by experts in the Arts & Crafts era.
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