In 1920, Keats House was threatened with demolition to make way for a row of flats. The Memorial Committee was founded and, in 1921, it successfully raised enough money to buy and repair the house. The following year, the Committee donated the house to Hampstead Borough Council. In 1925, Keats House opened to the public as a museum.
House & Museum
12pm - 5pm
Wednesday - Friday & Sunday
Closed on Saturday
The Buttery Cafe 10am - 5pm Wednesday - Friday 9.30am - 5.30pm Saturday & Sunday