Keats House Museum
Date of building: 1815
10 Keats Grove
Discover the beauty of poetry and place in the home of the Romantic poet John Keats, now a museum and literary centre.
Explore the life and work of Keats through new exhibits of his original manuscripts and artefacts which tell the story of how the young poet found inspiration, friendship, and love in this stunning Regency villa.
The house comes alive with special events throughout the year, from poetry performances to family fun days. There's always something to do in the house whenever you visit - listen to Keats' world-famous poetry, watch a film about his busy life in Hampstead, or create your own poem.
Summer (1 March to 31 October): Wednesday to Sunday, 11am-5pm
Winter (1 November to 28 February): Friday to Sunday 11am-5pm
Adults - £6.50
Concessions - £4.50
Children (Aged 17 and under) – FREE
National Art Pass holders - FREE
(Tickets are valid for one year)
More detailed information about admission can be found here
Tube: Hampstead tube to Keats House – 750m or just under half a mile (mostly downhill)
Belsize Park tube to Keats House – 750m or just under half a mile (up and downhill)
London Overground: Hampstead Heath train station – approximately 100m
Bus: Buses 24, 46, 168 and C11 all go to South End Green, next to Hampstead Heath Station
Bus 268 goes to the Rosslyn Hill junction with Downshire Hill
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