NEWS

News: 1 February 2021

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.

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