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Kenwood House, London

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Renowned for the artwork it houses, Kenwood House is a grand, stately home with a beautiful garden and sculptures. Dating from the 17th century, architects and owners of the attraction gradually added a library, portico, offices, kitchen buildings, and a brewery over the years. Today, the brewery serves as a restaurant where you can grab lunch after exploring the lavishly decorated rooms and grounds. Look for the sculptures by Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore, and Eugène Dodeigne in the gardens, and take a walk through the ancient woodlands. This attraction was also featured in the 1999 film "Notting Hill." A visit to Kenwood House represents just the start of the adventure when you use our London trip planner to plot your vacation.
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  • Kenwood house is one of my favourite sites to visit in London. Nested in the fantastic Hampstead Heath it is a perfect typical English country house with some fantastic art. The staff could not be nic...  more »
  • Naturally, this is a must see)) is a wonderful collection of paintings, interiors, furniture ... and spirit of England everywhere! It is for this we arrive? Friendly staff who can not stop, telling the story of the Manor! Particularly impressive is that the manor was bought by Lord of the Guiness family (to whom it was originally belonged), in order to convey to the State. To the Manor went through Hampstead Heath, which also gave the charm. P.s. I recommend tea and Café skony estates, tastier only Albert and Victoria Museum.
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  • The Kenwood house is an amazing museum in the Hampstead Heat park, surrounded by a breathtaking view. The art lovers can enjoy the beautiful paintings, including a Rembrandt, a Vermeer, some Van Dick and numerous Romney and Reynolds, the most curios ones can discover how the various owners lived, and there are plenty of activities and games for children. The entrance is free and there are plenty of volunteers ready to answer any question. Definitely a place to visit!
  • Many wonderful paintings in this beautifully restored property maintained by English Heritage with free admission as directed by the benefactor who left the house to the nation. Really good food too in The Brew House attached. Definitely worth a visit.
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