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Keats House

10 Keats Grove | Hampstead, London NW3 2RR, England
+44 20 7332 3868
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The Sit Here Museum

The pretty house is in smart, upmarket Hampstead. The house was warm on a cold December day, and... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Colin E
Very interesting for any Keats fan

This is well worth a visit for anyone interested in Keats and his short life. The house is... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
York, United Kingdom
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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 Keats through its tranquil gardens and a lively programme of tours and special events.
  • Excellent48%
  • Very good40%
  • Average11%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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“his life” (11 reviews)
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
10 Keats Grove | Hampstead, London NW3 2RR, England
+44 20 7332 3868
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Reviewed 2 days ago

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 4 weeks ago

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

Thank BlarghBlargh
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A very enjoyable visit to John Keats House which was extremely informative and so good that one felt that it was like going back in time to soak up the steps of Keats, his life and his work. There is no guided tour but one...More

Thank Roy C
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

I felt there was something missing and lacked a true connection with Keats. Lots of facsimiles and more of a staged effect. I realize that there isn't a large amount of artifacts from the poet due to dying at a young age and not reaching...More

Thank michelle h
Reviewed 11 November 2017

This is a lovely small museum on the edge of Hampstead Heath detailing the sad, short life of Keats who rented rooms here. The entrance is through the garden and round the back, as we thought it was closed at first. If you time your...More

Thank GeorgiaYorkshire
Reviewed 20 September 2017

This house isn't particularly big but it is a nice stop off if you are about in Hampstead, and gives a good sense of what London in Keats' era was like.

Thank Jake F
Reviewed 27 August 2017

"I wish to find someone who would love me like Keats loved Fanny". I visited this place with a friend who loved Keats poetry, myself on the other hand, have never read a single poem by him, so everything was new. We have visited twice,...More

4  Thank PieTravels
Reviewed 19 August 2017

Keats roomed here for a couple of key years and met his amour. Without the story and connection this is a fairly unexciting house. Quite good at setting out information on Keats and the members of the household.

Thank MikeBirdman
Reviewed 18 August 2017

What was a modest house in a village outside London where the impecunious young poet rented two small rooms is now in a choice location in this opulent suburb, with prestige cars lining the roads. The house, while pleasant and situated in a good-sized garden,...More

1  Thank Chris N
Reviewed 21 July 2017

I'm not really a poetry lover but I found the story of Keats fascinating and very sad. Worth going just to see the architecture and beauty of the building. It's all very nicely laid out and they have made his short life very poignant. Afterwards...More

Thank angie63
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2 May 2017|
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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.