Keats House was home to John Keats from 1818 to 1820 until he travelled to Rome where he died at the age of 25. It was here that he wrote 'Ode to a Nightingale' while sitting under a plum tree. The Regency house has been restored as a museum with period decor, furnishings and a collection of Keatsiana. Ten Keats Grove, the building next door within the grounds, hosts a few events from time to time.
Keats Gr, NW3 2RR
Nearest Transit: Hampstead Heath (Lines: London Overground)
+44 20 7332 38
Keats House and Nearby Attractions on Map
Abbey Road(2.7 km)
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Abbey Road Studios(2.8 km)
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London Freud Museum(1.1 km)
The former home of Sigmund Freud.
Camden Market(2.5 km)
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Waterlow Park(2.1 km)
Waterlow Park has beautiful landscaped grounds, hills, mature trees, lakes, a walled garden, tennis courts, and children's playgrounds.
Primrose Hill(2 km)
Primrose Hill is an open grassy hill offering panoramic views of Central London.
Highgate Cemetery(1.9 km)
Highgate Cemetery is burial ground of several noteworthy writers, poets, painters and princes, including Douglas Adams, George Eliot and Henry Moore.
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