Keats’ House

Photo: Ceridwen / Wikipedia
Keats’ House map location

Keats’ House address and telephone

Address:
Keats’ House is located at: Wentworth Place, Keats’ Grove, Hampstead,
London NW3 2RR
England
Telephone:
You can contact Keats’ House on Work +44 (0) 207 332 3868
Website:
The Keats’ House website can be visited at www.cityoflondon.gov.uk

Keats’ House opening times and ticket price

Opening hours:
Keats’ House is open to the public from: 1 PM to 5 PM (Tue–Sun, Apr–Oct); 1 PM to 5 PM (Fri–Sun, Nov–Mar)
Ticket cost:
The entry price for Keats’ House is: Adult price £5.00
Visiting hours and admission charges are subject to change, and may not apply on public holidays. Always reconfirm entrance fees and whether it’s open to visitors before booking tickets and making plans to visit Keats’ House

How to get to Keats’ House

When visiting Keats’ House you can use the following:
Minicabs:
Find minicab and taxi firms near Keats’ House
Buses:
24, 46, 168
London bus fares
Trains:
Belsize Park NRN
If you want to visit Keats’ House by train then the nearest underground station to Keats’ House is Hampstead
London underground fares
  Buy a Visitor Oyster card
  Buy a London Pass

Keats’ House is where the poet John Keats lived briefly between 1818 and 1820.

He had some exciting times in the premises, even falling in love with the girl next door – Fanny Brawne. He became engaged to her one year later before moving to Italy to better his health. And it was there that he died of tuberculosis, aged just twenty-five.

The house contains many of his original letters, manuscripts and furnishings in Regency style. Of the works that were composed in the building, the most famous is probably Ode To A Nightingale.

The plum tree under which he sat has sadly been uprooted, but another has been planted in the same place.

 
  • Be the first person to write a review, or ask a question

If you like Keats’ House, then you might also like…

> Leighton House Museum Leighton House Museum was owned by the artist Lord Leighton, part of the Pre-Raphaelite movement.
> 18 Stafford Terrace Linley Sambourne House in London was once owned by the political cartoonist Edward Sambourne.
> Kenwood House Kenwood House has a library filled with works by Rembrandt, Gainsborough, Turner and Stubbs.
> Carlyle’s House Carlyle’s House in Chelsea was the home of Victorian essayist and historian Thomas Carlyle.
 

Buy an Oyster Card  – for the easiest and cheapest fares

Save money – Get the cheapest fares on the London’s buses and trains

Special offers – Buy a ‘Visitor Oyster card’ and enjoy extra discounts

Quick and easy – Just touch your card down on the reader, and go!

Copyright © 2017 London Drum. All rights reserved · Contact London Drum · Privacy policy / Terms of use / Cookies
London City Guide

Events guide

London blog

Read our review:
St. John's Gate

If you meet a St. John's Ambulance man today then it will probably be at the empty end of a church fete -- the deserted… more

Read our review:
Dr. Johnson's House

If you flick through a few London guidebooks then it won't be long before you find the phrase "If you're tired of L… more

Read our review:
Tate Modern

I promised myself that I would come to the Tate Modern with an open mind, but I know I'm going to laugh at the modern ar… more

London Pass

Save some money with London Pass Cheap entry into London attractions

London Pass

Learn more about London Pass

> Save moneyFree or discounted entry into top attractions

> Save timeJump the longest queues with Fast Track entry

Guide book

Have you seen our London book?

London guidebook

Find out more and read a free sample

Get the ebook

Amazon.com $3.99

Amazon.co.uk £2.99

Get the paperback

Amazon.com $15.99

Amazon.co.uk £11.99

Honest reviews of London’s landmarks and attractions

Money saving tips things to do for free and cheap days out

Useful information with opening times, prices, photos, maps

Oyster cards