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Keats House
Keats Grove
Hampstead
London

NW3 2RR | View map
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The house in which the poet John Keats lived from 1819-1820. Here he wrote some of his most famous poetry, and the romance with his neighbour Fanny Browne flourished. The house contains reconstructions of the main rooms and artefacts connected with Keats and his circle, as well as temporary displays about aspects of Keats' life.
The peaceful and secluded garden is also open to visitors.

Opening Hours:
Tues - Sun 1-5pm (until Oct 30th)
Fri - Sun 1-5pm (from 31st Oct to Easter)
Mornings available for group tours throughout.

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Nearest UK Airport: London Heathrow
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - pre-booking required
Discount for Groups: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: £5
Concessions (60+, student and unwaged): £3
Children 16 & under are free
Entry to Garden Free
Tickets are valid for unlimited repeat visits for 12 months from date of purchase
Gift Shop: Yes

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