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Keats House is where the poet John Keats lived from 1818 to 1820, and is the setting that inspired some of Keats’s most memorable poetry. Here, Keats wrote 'Ode to a Nightingale', and fell in love with Fanny Brawne, the girl next door. It was from this house that he travelled to Rome, where he died of tuberculosis aged just 25...

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The 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games have generated huge interest in the UK so we are now offering guided tours viewing the key locations for the Games. Whether you are a school or college interested in sport or regeneration, a journalist looking for an appealing story, a company involved in construction or event management, or simply an interested individual, we can help you find out more about the Olympics 2012 and Paralympic Games. See the Park for the Olympics 2012 taking shape before...

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Visiting Strawberry Hill is a truly theatrical experience. Magically lit by a unique collection of renaissance glass, its gloomy castle-like hall and grey gothic staircase lead dramatically to the magnificence of the gallery. Created by Horace Walpole in the 18th century, Strawberry Hill is internationally famous as Britain’s finest example of Georgian Gothic revival architecture. Horace Walpole
(1717 - 1797) son of Sir Robert, Britain's first Prime Minister, built Strawberry Hill to house...

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Sir John Soane’s Museum ,13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3BP is open from Tuesday to Saturday, 10-5pm when admission is free*. There is a special candlelit opening on the first Tuesday evening of each month, 6-9pm. No advance booking. Please expect long queues. For further information please click here. There is a Museum tour each Saturday at 11.00am; tickets are on sale from 10.30am and cost £5. The main information line for the Museum is 02 7405 2107. ...

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Addresses don’t come much grander than 'Number One London', the popular name for Apsley House, one of the most interesting visitor attractions in London. Home to the Duke of Wellington after his victory over Napoleon at Waterloo, the interior of the house has changed very little since the days of the Iron Duke. It boasts one of the finest art collections in London, with paintings by Velazquez and Rubens as well as a wonderful collection of silver and porcelain. Take a tour of Apsley...

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Fitzroy House, 37 Fitzroy Street, London. Set in the heart of Fitzrovia, Fitzroy House is a fine example of London architecture dating back to the 18th century when this area was first built. Fitzrovia itself has for many years been renowned for its writers and artists. From H.G. Wells and George Orwell, to Charles Dickens and Virginia Woolf - its inhabitants have left an indelible mark. Although it is well known that the Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw resided in Fitzroy Square, it is...

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Eltham Palace is one of the few important medieval royal palaces in England to survive with substantial remains intact. Initially a moated manor house with vast parkland, it was acquired by the future Edward II in 1305 who subsequently passed it on to his queen, Isabella....

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