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Handel & Hendrix in London

25 Brook Street, LONDON, W1K 4HB

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. Just over 200 years after Handel's death, Jimi Hendrix moved into a flat next door, and the museum has recently been extended to explore the life of this flamboyant and immensely influential singer-guitarist. Photo credits: Michael Bowles, Handel House Trust & photo of Hendrix himself - Barrie Wentzell (1969)

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Tel: 020 7495 1685
020 7399 1953
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£10 (ch £5)

Opening times

Open all year Mon-Sat 11-6, Sun 12-6, last admission 5
Average visit 1hr





Fully accessible. Toilets.

Handel & Hendrix in London
  • Handel & Hendrix in London
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Off Park Lane into Brook Gate, then Upper Brook Street. Pass Claridge's Hotel on right. The entrance is between Sonia Rykiel & Aspinal of London shops

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