The Keats-Shelley House has Re-Opened
We are thrilled to announce that the Keats-Shelley House has re-opened to visitors after the museum’s longest closure since the Second World War.
For information about Opening Hours please visit the Keats-Shelley House website.
If you are unable to visit the House in person, you will soon be able to take a live, interactive Panoramic Tour of the museum via our website. We are launching this exciting new feature on 23rd February 2020 as part of our series of event marking the bicentenary of John Keats’ death.
For more information, including how to book a place, please visit our dedicated Panoramic Tour information page.
Keats-Shelley200: KSMA-Blue Apple Theatre production of Frankenstein
2021 Keats-Shelley and Young Romantics Prize Shortlists
Mark Wallinger in conversation on the Keats-Shelley Podcast
The Turner Prize-winning artist talks about his love of John Keats, Rome, and their influence on his monumental work Writ in Water
Helen McCrory: A Tribute
We remember the acclaimed actress and poetry lover who died last week
Frankenstein: A Keats-Shelley200 Collaboration with Blue Apple Theatre
Keat-Shelley House Closed to the Public from 15 MarchThe museum's online tours, exhibitions and events are still open
23rd February 2021: 200 Years After John Keats’ Death
Relive a day of poetry and rememberance