We love walking along the canal and then up to Hamstead and Parliament Hill. The views are spectacular over London, day and night!
“This is the only supermarket in Hampstead Village. it's a rather small one too, but obviously convenient when stepping out of Hampstead station from a day trip.”
Point of Interest
“Hampstead Museum offers a collection of artwork, objects and stories of Hampstead from prehistoric times to the present day. Hampstead history is very interesting as this neighbourhood has changed a lot from once being a poorer area of the city to now being one of the most expensive and most desired parts of London along with many famous writers, poets and artists who have lived in Hampstead in the past. Hampstead Museum Opening Times: Wednesday – Friday & Sunday 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Closed Saturday, Monday, Tuesday. Hampstead Museum Entrance Fee: Free.”
“Free swimming early in the morning - but the pool is unheated so only for the brave”
“John Keats, a famous Romantic Poet used to live in this house and it’s now a museum and literary centre and is one of the most popular places to visit in Hampstead for literary lovers. You can explore the life and work of Keats at Keats House Museum in Hampstead which tell the story of how he found inspiration, friendship, and love in this house in Hampstead. Keats House Museum Opening Times: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM Wednesday to Sunday. Closed on Monday & Tuesday.”