Early-bird tickets will be available online at special rates. Tickets can be purchased on the door for £10 (accompanied children under 14 free) The Ticket Price includes a catalogue listing all exhibitors.
- Saturday 20th May 10.00am – 6.00pm (last entry 5.30pm)
- Sunday 21st May 10.00am – 5pm (last entry 4.30pm)
Mary Ward House is a large, beautiful, grade1 listed Arts and Crafts building financed by wealthy philanthropist Passmore Edwards and inspired by novelist Mary Ward. The building was designed by architects Smith and Brewer.
Mary Ward House is on Tavistock Place, Bloomsbury, London, WC1H 9SN by Tavistock Square.
Mary Ward House is a historic Grade One listed building. Although there are stairs (and unfortunately no lift) the venue is fully compliant with access legislation and guests will receive support from trained staff on their arrival. Please call 02073879681 for details…
There will be a cafe serving light meals, great coffee and lovely cake in the walled gardens where visitors can relax and take refreshment.
Mary Ward House is in the congestion zone but the congestion charge does not apply on Saturday and Sunday.
There is on street parking in the surrounding streets which is free after 1.30 on Saturday and free on Sunday.
The nearest underground station is Russell Square. Euston, St Pancras and Kings Cross railway stations are nearby. Many buses pass Tavistock Square
Due to congestion we try to limit the number of pushchairs allowed inside the venue at any one time. MADE LONDON – Bloomsbury takes place in a rambling building with steps so navigating the venue might be easier without a pushchair. We request that pushchairs be left in the cloakroom area and that babies are carried through the exhibition. We apologise for any inconvenience this might cause.