Opening times for 10 December 2023
Asset Opening time House Closed
You'll need to pre-book your visit. Tickets are released two weeks in advance on Thursdays. Book via the button below. Entry is by guided tour on the hour at 11am, 12pm, 1pm or 2pm. Alternatively, you can book to explore independently from 3pm, 3.20pm or 3.40pm until the house closes at 4.30pm. Please note scaffolding will be up on part of the building from September to October for exterior redecoration and minor repairs before the winter weather. Tours and independent viewing will go ahead as usual.MTWTFSS2728293012345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031
Assistance dogs only
Uneven surfaces and steep entrance. The house retains its original 20th-century plan. It has narrow doorways, corridors and small rooms across three levels with very limited turning space. No parking or toilets on site.
Braille (guide or menu)
Parking on our small forecourt can be arranged. Please call ahead on 020 7435 6166.
There is space on the street directly outside the house to drop-off.
Level access to the film viewing room and small hallway only. Spiral staircase to the main, first and second floors above.
20-minute film of a tour of the house is available to view on the ground floor. Wheelchair accessible.
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Parking: very limited parking, pay and display (charge including members)
Signposted walks from Hampstead Heath Overground station ¼ mile, or from Hampstead Underground ½ mile
Hampstead Heath ¼ mile
Frequent local services (020 7222 1234)
Hampstead (Northern Line) ½ mile
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