Guided Tour: The Architectural History of Keats House

Explore the architectural history of Keats House, originally known as Wentworth Place. Hear the stories of its residents John Keats and his good friend Charles Brown, and discover how it was transformed into the building that we know today. Free with admission *The tour will include the basement and first floor. The route will include steep steps and please note, as we are a grade I listed building, we do not have a lift.
Admission
Free after usual admission fee, booking recommended

Website
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/guided-tour-the-architectural-history-of-keats-house-tickets-30166997301


Source: http://www.culture24.org.uk/se000041?id=EVENT566279


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