More information on points of interest
The ten booklets cover 850 points of interest. These include distinguished buildings, prominent people, examples of social history and places of scientific and natural interest.
In some instances you may want to supplement this information with more detailed and in some instances more up to date information. Here are a number of points of interest along the two routes for which you can do this.
|Camden Town attractions|
|Regents Canal Trips|
|2 Willow Road|
This unique Modernist home was designed by architect Ernö Goldfinger in 1939 for himself and his family.
|Burgh House, Hampstead|
Burgh House is a grade I listed house built in the early years of the 18th century, open to the public as a local history museum, art gallery, classical concert venue, shop and cafe.
|Fenton House, Hampstead|
This charming 17th-century merchant's house with a walled garden has remained architecturally little altered during more than 300 years of continuous occupation.
|Keats House, Hampstead|
Keats House is where the poet John Keats lived from 1818 to 1820, and is the setting that inspired some of Keats’s most memorable poetry.
|Kenwood House, Hampstead|
Closed until the autumn of 2013 for renovation of both the impressive building and Robert Adam interiors. The Iveagh Bequest includes important paintings by many great artists, including Rembrandt, Vermeer, Turner, Reynolds and Gainsborough.
|Gatehouse Theatre, Highgate|
The original gatehouse lending its name to the area, The Gatehouse is now home to award winning London Fringe Theatre.