Arts & Crafts and Design 
From William Morris to Frank Lloyd Wright

Term April 15(Sat),2023 〜 June 04(Sun),2023

Opening Hours
9:00-17:00 (Last admission is 16:30)
Closed days

Exhibition Hall Special Exhibition Room
Admission Fee

Adults 1,200 yen
College, university and high school students 800 yen
Junior high school students or younger Free

※Ticket also allows access to the memorial galleries on the third floor on the same day.
※Persons with disability and one person accompanying them are admitted free of charge.
※College, university and high school students, please show your student I.D.
※Junior high school students or younger accompanied by an adult, please apply for free admission.
※Discount tickets are not available online for group visitors or for citizens of Matsumoto City who are older than 70.

This exhibition looks at the reach and diversity of the Arts and Crafts Movement by showcasing its legacies from both Britain and the United States. William Morris pioneered a movement founded on the belief that design excellence and high-quality production can enrich our lives, whether the product is crafted by hand or by accepting mechanized processes. It is hoped that the exhibition will encourage a deeper understanding of the movement’s philosophy, which remains very much alive today.