Keats House, London
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Keats lived in this house owned by Charles Brown for a couple of years before moving to Italy for health reasons. Numerous wall boards with poetry he composed while living here are located around the ... read more »
If you really want to get the most out of visiting Keats House, on handily named Keats Grove, off Hampstead Heath itself and near Willow Road, then go on the guided tour. The informative and witty gui... read more »
Runoilija Keatsin kotitalo jakoi kompaktin tietopaketin nuorena kuolleen kirjailijan elämästä. Pohjakerroksesta näytettiin video, jossa esiteltiin elämän pääkohdat ja samat asiat kerrattiin kahdessa m... read more »The home of the poet Keats handed out Compact information package at a young age the life of a deceased author. The ground floor was shown on the video, which was presented to the main points of the life, and the same things we reviewed the other two floors. The home was given access to the Pierpont Morgan Library, in the life of important persons, and those who inspire young poets. The death of Shakespeare's 400-years ago in honor of the House were merged to become the Parallels to the larger Bard. It was also interesting to note, that the House was Hogartin Rake's in Progress picture of a series of black and white graphics. Keats House in addition to drop into the adjacent to the library!show original
Vibrant museum and literary centre champions poetry. The charming small garden alludes to Keats's poetry. Lovely spot for a brief respite, Romantics welcome.
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.
This low-key museum, in Keats' home, is well-worth a visit. The house and gardens are preserved as the poet lived in it, with exhibits that don't take over, but instead compliment the architecture and design. If you're a fan of his poetry, this place gives a nice bit of background to the man.
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