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Handel House Museum

25 Brook Street, LONDON, W1K 4HB

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Home to George Frideric Handel from 1723 until his death in 1759, the Handel House Museum celebrates Handel's music and life. It was here that Handel composed Messiah, Zadok the Priest and Music for the Royal Fireworks. Over 200 years later, live music, exhibitions and public events continue to bring Handel's former home to life. Frequent music rehearsals, weekly concerts and special musical events in addition to regular exhibitions, bring Handel's world to life. Photo credits: Stuart Leech, Justin Barton, James Mortimer.

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Tel: 020 7495 1685
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Prices

£6.50 (ch 5-16 £2 or free at wknds, concessions £5.50)

Opening times

Open all year Tue-Wed & Fri-Sat 10-6, Thu 10-8, Sun 12-6 (last admission 30mins before closing). Closed Mon & BHs
Average visit 1hr

Facilities

Parking.

Dogs

Accessibility

Partly accessible. No lift access from Mar 2015 please call before arrival
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Toilets.

Handel House Museum
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Off Park Lane into Brook Gate, then Upper Brook Street. Pass Claridge's Hotel on right. The entrance is in Lancashire Court which is a pedestrian walkway

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