Kenwood House- Best known for the artworks it houses. Enjoy free breathtaking interiors and stunning world-class art collection
Kenwood House is best known for the artwork it houses. It is managed by English Heritage in recognition of its aesthetic and historical importance, Artworks. This is Grade 1 listed status.
Kenwood is one of London’s hidden gems. The breathtaking interiors and stunning world-class art collection are free for everyone to enjoy. With children’s activities, a café to relax in and acres of grounds to stretch your legs. It becomes a popular destination to tourists
Early 17th century’s this Kenwood house or Iveagh Bequest was bought by William Murray, 1st Earl of Mansfield. He commissioned Robert Adam to remodel it from 1764–1779. Again the house and grounds were bought by Edward Cecil Guinness in 1922, 1st Earl of Iveagh, who in 1927 bequeathed his outstanding collection of paintings to the nation.
Address and nearest tube to Kenwood House
Address: Hampstead Heath, Hampstead, London NW3 7JR
Telephone: 020 8348 1286
Nearest Tube: Highgate (Northern Line)