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Freud Museum

20 Maresfield GardensLondonNW3 5SX
Sigmund Freud's house with his study and library preserved. Exhibits and special events. Admission fee.
020 7435 2002 Fax: 020 7431 5452

Keats Foundation

(Includes the former Friends of Keats House)
Wentworth PlaceKeats GroveLondonNW3 2RR
Encourages enjoyment and understanding of Keats’s poems, letters, life and times and to inspire new generations of young poets to fulfil their creative ambitions. We support three exciting initiatives based at Keats House – the Keats House Young Poets’ Forum, the Keats House Schools Programme,…
020 7332 3868 (at London Metropolitan Archives)

Cartoon Museum

(Formerly the British Cartoon Centre)
35 Little Russell StreetLondonWC1A 2HH
Main gallery on the history of cartoons, comics and cartoon strips. Also has exhibition gallery, classes, lectures, bookshop and library. The Heneage Library (Wed 11am-3.30pm and by appointment) contains over 6,000 books on cartoons, comics, caricature and animation. There is also a collection of 6,500…
020 7580 8155 Fax: 020 7631 0793

Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children Museum and Archives Service

(Also known as the Peter Pan Gallery)
1st floorGreat Ormond Street Hospital55 Great Ormond StreetLondonWC1N 3JH
Contains artefacts, photographs, paintings and books relating to the history of Great Ormond Street Hospital. Includes a library of Peter Pan books in many languages, library on the history of medicine, and items relating to Charles Dickens, James Barrie, Lewis Carroll and Florence Nightingale.
020 7405 9200 ext 5920

2 Willow Road

(Also known as National Trust 2 Willow Road)
Willow RoadLondonNW3 1TH
A unique Modernist home from 1939. It was designed by architect Erno Goldfinger, and contains a 20th century art collection including works by Henry Moore and Max Ernst. Runs a monthly Thursday lates programme.
020 7435 6166 Fax: 020 7435 6166

Hampstead Museum

Burgh HouseNew End SquareLondonNW3 1LT
Admission free. Local history museum, Constable display, Isokon furniture and exhibitions. Programme of events and guided walks.
020 7431 0144 Fax: 020 7435 8817

Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology

University College LondonMalet PlaceLondonWC1E 6BT
Collections from ancient Egypt and Sudan from Pre-dynastic to Islamic times, based on the excavations of Sir W.M. Flinders Petrie and others. The museum and its Friends organisation raise funds, organise lectures, social events, tours and performances.
020 7679 2884 Fax: 020 7679 2886

Pollocks Toy Museum

Scala StreetLondonW1T 2SG
Exhibition of toys, teddy bears and dolls of many countries and periods, together with toy theatres and optical toys. Shop.
020 7636 3452

Kenwood House

(Also known as the Iveagh Bequest Kenwood and the Kenwood Estate)
Hampstead LaneLondonNW3 7JR
Closed for major works. Due to re-open 25 Nov 2013. House remodelled by Robert Adam containing the Iveagh Bequest of British and Dutch paintings and old masters, and furniture. Visitor Information Centre based in Mansion Cottage, near the Brew House Restaurant. Lectures, guided walks and…
020 8348 1286 (Kenwood House), 020 7973 3893 (Kenwood Visitor Information Centre) Fax: 020 7973 3891

Jewish Museum London

(Formed from the Jewish Museum Camden and the Jewish Museum Finchley)
Raymond Burton House129-131, Albert StreetLondonNW1 7NB
Celebrates Jewish life, heritage, identity and cultural diversity as part of the wider story of British history, drawing connections with other communities. Exhibitions, education programmes and activities for people of all ages, backgrounds and faiths to explore Jewish culture. Talks, walks and tours. Holiday activities…
020 7284 7384
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