Gordon Russell Design Museum
Gordon Russell Design Museum located in an original grade II listed workshop in the Cotswolds town of Broadway, the Gordon Russell Design Museum illustrates the work and influence of the renowned 20th century furniture designer Sir Gordon Russell MC (1892-1980) and that of his Company over a period of sixty years. Sir Terence Conran believes that 'Gordon Russell's multi-faceted life should be an inspiration to everybody'.
The Gordon Russell Museum Features:
- 1,000 of Sir Gordon's original design drawings, including furniture, metalwork and glassware
- 1,000 photographs, design notebooks and catalogues covering the entire history of the Company
- A unique collection of furniture embracing the Arts & Crafts, machine production, 30s modernism, radio cabinet production, domestic and contract furniture, spanning in all 60 years
- Filmed interviews with Sir Gordon and others who worked for the firm as designers and craftsmen
- The individual work of the many designers who worked 'in house' or as consultants
- A wide ranging education programme aimed at primary schools, secondary schools and colleges
- Facilities for 'in depth' research by students, scholars and those with specialised interests
- A collection of Gordon Russell's original drawings and sketches
- Access to the firm's original reference library
The Museum is open 10am – 4pm Tuesday–Sunday* (last admission 3.30pm).
*Please note that as we rely on a team of volunteers, our opening hours are subject to change. Please refer to our online booking system which will display up to date hours and ticket availability.
- Adults – £7.00
- Children under 16 free (children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult).
15 Russell Square, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7AP
Tel: 01386 854695