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Keats House, London

(4.3/5 based on 80 reviews on the web)
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  • My husband is a huge Keats fan and we enjoy visiting his house after we take the walk from Highgate to Hampstead. The house has lots of historical information. Be sure to watch the film in the basemen...  more »
  • Visited using an Arts Pass which was free as the cost for an adult is £6.50 which is high. First watch the introductory film in the basement which gives a good background on Keats and then work up thr...  more »
  • It emerges from this visit a feeling of fullness, of beauty, admiration for the poem John Keats contribute: we stroll, we dream, we imagine his meetings with Fanny Brawne, and at the bend of a door, we imagine his presence that is ahead of us to accompany us. For visitors who are not familiar with his writings, this does not detract from the charm of the House and its pleasant garden. The neighborhood is to visit, very charming, if you have a little time on your trip to London (jubilee line).
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  • Vibrant museum and literary centre champions poetry. The charming small garden alludes to Keats's poetry. Lovely spot for a brief respite, Romantics welcome.
  • Incerdible, passionate and thought-provoking... I'm lucky to be able to walk where John Keats put his steps two hundred years ago...
  • you have to pay to go to the museum but you can go to the garden for free which has beautiful flowers and is nice for chill time. you can also hear nightingales sing which is so lovely. there's a gift shop too selling keat's poems.
  • Lovely little property! We didn't know a great deal about Keats or his life but still enjoyed the audio tour of this house. There's artwork depicting what the place used to look like and plenty of history on the building. Plus we went for free with our Art Fund membership.
  • Do come inside and feel the bohemian atmosphere.