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Hampstead Museum, Hampstead, London

Hampstead Museum
New End Square
Hampstead
London

NW3 1LT | View map
http://www.burghhouse.org.uk
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Queen Anne Grade I listed building, erected 1703, in the heart of old Hampstead. Original panelled rooms, fine 'barley sugar' staircase balusters, and delightful Music Room with panelling from adjacent Weatherall House, now demolished. Art Gallery with exhibitions by local artists. Hampstead Local History Museum incorporating displays ranging from prehistoric to modern times. Illustrates the lives of many notable residents, the Heath and Spa. Includes the Helen Allingham collection, Constable displays and Isokon chair.

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Nearest UK Airport: All London airports
Months Open: All year (except Xmas/New Year).
Closed Monday/Tuesday; Good Friday/Easter Monday; Wed - Sun 12.00 - 17.00, Sats by appointment
Admission Price: Free
Catering: Coffee/tea/lunches at the licensed Buttery

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