Keats in London Walking Tour
Saturday, 9 August 2014 from 11:00 to 13:30 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Discover the London haunts of the 'Cockney poet'. Starting at Keats's birthplace in Moorgate, we will weave through the quiet City streets to Cheapside, walk to Apothecaries Hall and stroll along the river to London Bridge. We finish by the Keats memorial statue in Guy's Hospital.
Meet at Moorgate tube station - exit east side by NatWest Bank, opposite Café Nero.
£8 / £6 concession - Booking essential
Online ticket sales close the day before the walk. After this time you may call Keats House to check ticket availability.
When & Where
The Romantic poet John Keats lived at Keats House from 1818 to 1820 and was inspired to write his most important work here.
Keats House is open to visitors (check website for opening hours) and hosts a diverse programme of literary, musical and family events.