Once the residence of the poet John Keats, is now a museum dedicated to the commemoration of his life and poetry. Located in Hampstead, this 19th century house provided the means for Keats to produce some of his greatest works.
The museum's vast collection includes books, letters, manuscripts and household items and letters, all associated with the Romantic poet. Be sure to stroll the gardens, the theory goes that the plum tree planted there may have been where Keats wrote "Ode to a Nightingale."
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