The Parish Church of St John-at-Hampstead is a lovely 18th century church dedicated to St John the Evangelist. With an excellent professional Choir, the church has a distinguished musical tradition dating back to the time when Henry Willis himself played the organ here. The graveyard draws the most visitors and is home to more than 7000 dead. Notable personalities buried here include Sir John Constable, Hugh Gaitskell, Kay Kendall and several members of the du Maurier family.
Church Row, NW3 6UU
Nearest Transit: Hampstead (Lines: Northern)
+44 20 7794 58
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