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Keats House

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Keats House

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Catriona H wrote a review Feb 2020
Teddington, United Kingdom1,154 contributions87 helpful votes
Great place to visit to learn more about the poet John Keats, including his family’s and his own sad history. The house is well preserved and tells an interesting story. I loved the fact they included quotes from Keats around the house as well. Just a short walk from Hampstead Heath overground - and very close to the Heath itself as well.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Sabrina wrote a review Nov 2019
4 contributions2 helpful votes
A lovely house with a sad story. The staff were great and very friendly. Sadly Keats died so young and this house gets it so right to make him come alive again and you can imagine him there. Highly recommend a visit.
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Date of experience: November 2019
Response from Keats H, Manager at Keats House
Responded Nov 13, 2019
Thank you for visiting Keats House and taking the time to leave a review. We are very pleased that you enjoyed your visit and found Keats's story and legacy alive and well here.
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Josephine Raubie wrote a review Nov 2019
3 contributions1 helpful vote
Great set up of museum allowing you to really get a feel for life there in Keats' time. Very special to get to visit the exact places where he wrote his poems. Thought provoking quotes and genuine artefacts abound. Must for any romantic poetry lover! Very friendly staff, definitely worth the admission :)
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Date of experience: November 2019
Lisa C wrote a review Oct 2019
London282 contributions118 helpful votes
Keats lived here less than 2 years but wrote many of his odes in this house. He died tragically early and relatively unknown in his lifetime hence there not being many artefacts available to view. At the time Keats lived here the house was split into two and the love of his life, Fanny Brawne, lived in one half and Keats lodged with his friend Charles Brown in the other half. There’s a good introductory film to watch before your tour the building. It provides a very helpful overview of Keats and his life. It’s Keats200 celebrating the fact that he lived in Wentworth House 200 years ago. A tour of the property will not take long, allow an hour to 90 minutes, as it’s a small but beautiful place. The house is rightly too small to attempt to house a cafe or well stocked shop but there are items for sale in the room where you buy your tickets. Entry price is very reasonable and only £2.00 during Keats200. My suggestion would be to include this house as part of a day trip to a Hampstead to also visit one or two of the following: Goldfinger’s home, Kenworth, Fenton House, Burgh House or Hampstead Heath. Unless you are a Keats fan it’s probably not enough to make the trip on its own but Hampstead is a great place to potter as it does have an old world charm and you can picture how Wentworth House would have looked back in the day when Hampstead was a small village.
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Date of experience: October 2019
TimDavison wrote a review Sep 2019
Norwich, United Kingdom169 contributions49 helpful votes
We chose this place to meet up with family from various parts of the country, just as a meeting point in the area. However, it turns out that Keats House is well worth a visit even if, like me, you know very lttle about Keats. Interesting insights, quirky house and small but delightful garden. Definitely worth a visit.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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