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Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Marty S
Dallas, Texas
Great for lovers of literature, specially poetry. Needs to be better known.

I've always wanted to visit this house, and I'm glad that my dream was fulfilled. Not a grand... read more

Reviewed 6 July 2018
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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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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

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

Thank Jess K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

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

Thank Marty S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

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

Thank cngj
Reviewed 6 July 2018

I've always wanted to visit this house, and I'm glad that my dream was fulfilled. Not a grand museum, but a house where one can admire and reflect on the short life of a great poet. Rare among museums, you are encouraged to sit on...More

Reviewed 1 July 2018

This elegant Regency house was the home of John Keats, the golden boy of the Romantic poets from 1818 to 1820. It was here that Keats met his fiancée Fanny Brawne, who was literally the girl next door. Keats wrote his most celebrated poem '...More

Thank Angela C
Reviewed 16 April 2018

Keats house was a great piece of history and information. Our entry was free due to the National Art Pass - but it would be well worth the money if you did pay. Each room was packed full of interesting information about Keats' amazing (and...More

Thank Dover D
Reviewed 12 April 2018

We had a lovely morning visiting the Keats House. The house is simple but interesting! Well worth a visit!

Thank Simon s
Reviewed 18 March 2018 via mobile

This is a haven of peace where you can discover or rediscover such beautiful poetry... The film is worth watching to understand a little the life of a brilliant poet.

Thank Pesta1963
Reviewed 17 December 2017

The pretty house is in smart, upmarket Hampstead. The house was warm on a cold December day, and the staff most welcoming. In contrast to most museums, visitors are positively encouraged to sit down and rest, every sofa and chair seemed to have a cushion...More

Thank Colin E
Reviewed 19 November 2017

This is well worth a visit for anyone interested in Keats and his short life. The house is obviously a bit different now than it was in his day, but lots of information and interesting artifacts related to Keats. Very well priced (£4.50 for concessions)...More

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Response from John K | Reviewed this property |
Probably an hour and a half as a minimum if you have an interest in Keats.