Handel Hendrix House, the museum once home to both Handel and Jimi Hendrix, is to start opening late on Fridays for candlelit, music-filled evenings.
About Handel Hendrix HouseHandel Hendrix House museum is dedicated to the life and works of the German-born composer Handel, and several centuries later, when Jimi Hendrix lived next door.
The museum was opened in 2001 and comprises a carefully restored set of period rooms on the first and second floors of 25 Brook Street together with exhibition rooms in number 23, the adjacent house on the terrace.
It was restored and reopened in May 2023 with a much enlarged space and showing off more from the time that Jimi Hendrix lived next door.
Handel Hendrix House,
25 Brook Street,
- Adults: £14
- Child under 16: Free
- Student: £10
- National Art Pass: Free
- Carer: Free
Prices last checked May 2023Link to Handel Hendrix House's website
The museum is open Wednesday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm, with the last entry at 4pm.
The museum is closed on Monday and Tuesday but can be booked for private group visits.
Opening hours last checked May 2023
It's an old house, so some uneven wooden floors inside.
There's a small ramp up to the entrance, and there is a lift to each floor at the rear of the museum.
Assistance and Guide dogs are welcome
Frequently asked questions
What's the nearest railway station to Handel Hendrix House
The nearest station is Bond Street station which is 0.2 miles away.