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2 June 2013

Celebrate Keats in Hampstead

It's the final day of the third annual Keats Festival in Hampstead today, with events at Keats House celebrating the life and work of the English Romantic poet John Keats through workshops on modern poetry, a mechanical dragon and regency musicians, alongside other things.

It all sounds good fun and for those who are unable to make it today, the museum makes a great place to visit on an ordinary day, particularly when combined with a visit with other small historic houses of Hampstead.

For more, see http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/things-to-do/attractions-around-london/keats-house/the-keats-festival/Pages/default.aspx

1 comment:

  1. Re the other small historic houses, I really loved The Freud Museum London, that is where Sigmund Freud lived (briefly) until his death. The centrepiece certainly is Freud’s study with its book-lined walls etc.

    How far is Freud's house from Keats' house?