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We will be launching the 2021 programme at 12pm on 11 August 2021

  • Front view of Keats House
  • Keats House
  • ‘Wentworth Place,Ham[p]stead’. Fred Holland Day. c. 1890. Watercolour on paper. Image courtesy of Keats House, City of London Corporation. K/PZ/05/043.
  • Logo of the Keats200 bicentenary, celebrating the life, works and legacy of Romantic poet John Keats.

Keats House

William Woods

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10 Keats Grove, NW3 2RR
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Family activities during open house festival, Disabled access, Bookshop, Toilets

Travel Information

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Nearest tube: Belsize Park, Hampstead
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Nearest train: Hampstead Heath
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Bus routes: 24, 46, 168, 268, C11
Keats House is the beautiful Regency villa, where Romantic poet John Keats found inspiration, friendship and love. Today, it is a museum provided by the City of London Corporation for the benefit of London and the nation.

Events

Sunday 5th September
Visit Keats House and garden
schedule Time: 11am to 4.30pm
group Capacity: 24
Free entry to visit Keats House and garden - the home of Romantic poet John Keats from December 1818 to September 1820. Access to the house may be restricted to 24 people at any one time, but talks, tours and poetry readings will be available indoors and outdoors throughout the day. Our #Keats200 outdoor exhibition, celebrating the life and works of Keats, can also be enjoyed for free, either in the garden or nearby on Hampstead Heath.

Design

Original design
William Woods, 1814
Extension
Unknown, 1840
Restoration
City of London Corporation, 1999
Refurbishment
City of London Corporation / Heritage Lottery Fund, 2007
Type
Historical house
Period
Georgian