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Discover the house where Romantic poet John Keats wrote his best-loved poems. This beautiful Georgian villa is where Keats found inspiration, friendship and love. Now a museum and literary centre, the house brings to life the memory and legacy of...more
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10 Keats Grove | Hampstead, London NW3 2RR, England
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I love a time capsule. No, I'm not talking about those notes that you bury in your garden so your future self can unearth again and read what your younger self was like. But places in London where you feel like you've warped back in...More
First time going and I must say it was very interested to read the history on Keats, great to see that Hogarth was mentioned (Foundling Museum) I'd definitely recommend visiting keats and I hope to come to a event sometime.
I was excited to visit the Keats House and got there soon after they opened. The house is lovely with well manicured lawns and does not seem very old. I had no idea that Keats had died so young and from consumption of all things...More
Having visited keats house in Rome this is such a special place to visit if you have any interest in poetry. A must go if you love keats and his works. The house is full of history and thought out brilliantly with plenty of interactive...More
If you are looking to find a little more about this romantic poet who lived a very short life but had an impressive impact on English poetry, then take an hour to walk through this suburban home where Keats spent his last years. The video...More
Arrived in time to join a guided tour (though only covers lower ground floor) at 3pm. Times are on the website. Our guide was a volunteer, who was very enthusiastic and knowledgeable.on Keats's life. . Without the guide, the trip would have been a little...More
Saturday 11th August was a very pleasurable day. The weather was kind to us and we decided to spend the day in Hampstead. We arrived at Hampstead Heath station and first visited Keat's House (National Trust Partner) then walked up to the High Street where...More
We love places like this, and if you have a pass that means you can get in for free then do visit it - lots to read and a video to watch in the basement it is fantastic to learn more if you are Keats...More
I'm surprised at one review saying there is a "lack of information." On the contrary, I leaned quite a bit! I watched the short film in the basement, and from there walked around the home. I took English literature courses, and of course, studying Keats...More
We spent a morning here in May but were a bit disappointed with the lack of information about his life, but this appears to be due to there not being much material available.
The building was well laid out and easy to get around. The...More