Visit Kenwood house and discover world-famous art collections in fashionable Hampstead, London.
Kenwood House was built in the 17th century and represents the neoclassical architecture of the time. The house is now home to the Earl of Iveagh's renowned collection of Old Master and British paintings.
The house is steeped in British history, but despite there being so much to see entrance is completely free. Explore the house and art collection and then enjoy the leafy parkland surrounding the house and the sweeping views over London.
Kenwood is open all year round but it's best to check online for specific opening times for your visit. Plus, there's a fabulous cafe serving hot lunches including soups, sandwiches and a vegetarian option of the day.
Alternatively, keep the cost of your day down even further and enjoy a homemade picnic free of charge on the grounds.
Concessions: Free entry