The beautiful prose of poet John Keats has become known across the world and Keats House allows fans, new and old, to find out more about his life and work. Located in a house once resided in by Keats himself, the museum opened in 1931 and features and extensive collection of his material, including original manuscripts and rare artefacts. All of this and more helps to piece together how the poet found such profound inspiration for his poetry.
Those visiting the house can enjoy the permanent displays which are augmented by recitals of Keats’ poetry, special events across the year and the chance to write your own poem. It was on these premises that Keats penned some of his most famous work and Keats House offers fans of the spoken word the chance to understand one of the true greats in close detail.
Tel: 020 7332 3868
Adult : £5.00
Senior Citizen: £3.00