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Pre-book a one hour session to visit Keats House and garden, the Regency home of the poet John Keats.

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Welcome to Keats House, the beautiful Regency villa where Romantic poet John Keats found inspiration, friendship and love.

Keats House is open on specific days, with entry at 11am, 12.15, 2.15 and 3.30pm.

We have been awarded Visit England's 'We're Good to Go' quality mark, meaning we have measures in place to meet Government and public health guidance.

To ensure that everyone has a safe and enjoyable visit, we will continue to limit the total number of people entering the house at any one time, provide sanitiser, and support NHS Test & Trace via booking details or the NHS app. For the protection of our workforce and all visitors, please continue to wear a face covering unless exempt, when visiting this small, indoor museum.

Our shop is open for cashless transactions only. You can pay by card for admission on the door, subject to availability. To guarantee entry on a specific day and time, please pre-book a one hour visit to Keats House using the relevant 'Keats House Visitor Admission' event for your preferred date.

A visit to the garden is free but, if you enjoy this place which so inspired Keats, please consider making a donation to support us at www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/donatekeats. You can also help us keep the garden beautiful for all our visitors by taking your waste away with you, to recycle or dispose of at home.

Follow Keats House and the Keats200 bicentenary programme, as well as discover inspiring content from across the City of London Corporation's cultural venues, at www.ourcitytogether.london or on social media using #Keats200.


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COVID-19 Industry Standard in Partnership with The National Tourist Organisations of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

In recognition that this business has measures in place to meet Government and public health guidance.

Frequently Asked Questions

How are you cleaning your premises?

We are conducting enhanced cleaning between visitor sessions and taking measures to protect our visitors and workforce from the COVID-19 virus. The house is cleaned before each day we are open and we will be conducting additional cleaning of frequently touched surfaces between each visitor session. Visitor toilets are located in the garden and these will be cleaned regularly and inspected between sessions.

How many people are you going to let in for each timed session?

Keats House offers an intimate visitor experience and the opportunity to see the rooms in which John Keats and other inhabitants lived. We are therefore limiting the number of people in each session to 24 visitors. This is to ensure you can enjoy exploring this special place, while maintaining social distancing if you prefer to.

Why can’t we stay longer?

Our visitor survey shows that a typical visit to the house lasts around 45 minutes. We are therefore limiting each visitor session to one hour so that as many people as possible have the opportunity to enjoy Keats House. You are welcome to enjoy the garden for as long as you like.

Will I have to print out my tickets or can I show them on my phone?

There is no need to print your ticket. On arrival at the house, please tell us your name and be prepared to show us any relevant concession.

Will you be asking visitors to wear face coverings or other PPE?

For the protection of our workforce and all visitors, please continue to wear a face covering unless exempt, when visiting this small, indoor museum. If you are using public transport to travel to Keats House, please also follow current advice from Transport for London and other providers.

Can I bring my own food and drinks?

Food and drink is not allowed inside Keats House, but our garden is available for picnics and the large open space of Hampstead Heath is very close. Please help us keep the garden and Heath beautiful for all our visitors by taking your waste away with you, to recycle or dispose of at home.

Keats House does not have a cafe, but there is a range of places to eat or buy food from locally, including in East Heath Road, which is less than five minutes walk from the house, and Hampstead village, which is also nearby.

I can no longer make my booked slot; how do I cancel and change?

If you are unable to visit because you are ill, please cancel on Eventbrite and we will refund your ticket. If you do not have internet access please ring Keats House to cancel.

Can I visit Keats Community Library and Keats House at the same time?

Keats Community Library and Keats House have different opening times, so please visit their website to check whether they are open when you wish to visit.

Can I use the NHS Test and Trace app at Keats House?

If you have downloaded the NHS Test and Trace app, you can complete venue check-in for Keats House by scanning the QR code poster which is displayed in the visitor entrance. We also collect your contact details when pre-booking an event at Keats House. These details will be not be used for any purposes other than for NHS Test and Trace purposes.

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Welcome to Keats House, the beautiful Regency villa where Romantic poet John Keats found inspiration, friendship and love.

Visit our events page regularly to see when you can visit and take part in our online and live events programme.

You can also follow Keats House and the Keats200 bicentenary programme online, as well as discover inspiring content from across the City of London Corporation's cultural venues, at www.ourcitytogether.london or on social media using #Keats200.

Thank you for supporting Keats House Charity (1053381). We look forward to welcoming you to the house or seeing you at one of our online or live events soon.

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