Early on a Sunday morning, I take the tube north to Hampstead. I walk thru the town just starting to hustle and bustle. When I turn down Keats Grove, the bustle stops. It is quiet except for the birds and my footsteps. I stop to admire the garden of Keats House and then walk on to the Heath. It is so nice to walk thru the Heath in the morning. Then I return to Keats House when it opens. You enter thru the back door now. The gift shop is to the left when you enter. The ticket you receive for the entry fee can be used on a return trip. The engagement ring is in the gift shop area (but is not for sale). :-) The furnishings are similar to the ones that Keats and the Brawns would have had in the house originally. There are several items in the home that Keats owned. Many of the manuscripts that used to be on display in the home have been moved. You can visit the Keats Library next door. Even if you are not into Keats work, you will enjoy this historic home. They occasionally have readings and family events in the large parlor room (this is an add-on after Keats time). After touring the house, I usually find a nice place to grab an early dinner or late lunch. The Hampstead Tea Room or The Wells are nice places to have a Sunday roast.