I almost cried when I first walked in here. I'm actually more a fan of Shelley than Keats, but it was still moving to be in the house where Keats died. It's quite small, just the ground floor +2. The entry was 4,50 EUR in December 2012 and it took me about 2 hours to visit the entire house, including watching a 20 minute movie about the House and Keats, Shelley, Byron et al., reading/examining every object on exhibition and visiting the gift shop. I'll remember this place forever.
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