Burgh House

Free to all

Burgh House incorporates a museum exhibiting almost 5,000 objects relating to the history of the Queen Anne house and the local Hampstead area.

The Grade l listed building has been transformed into a venue for the local community to enjoy, providing a meeting space, café, concert and events venue and art exhibition centre. It also houses an accredited museum, created by local historians Christopher and Diana Wade, containing a collection of almost 5,000 items relating to the history of Burgh House and the local area.

Local art

Artworks in the museum depict the area surrounding the house, including works by local artist Donald Towner, a watercolour by Christopher Nevinson, and Jack Straw’s Castle by Duncan Grant who was a member of the Bloomsbury Group.

Hampstead history

The house incorporates Hampstead Museum which provides a fascinating insight into the area's past, from prehistoric times to the present day. Explore the permanent collection and look out for the diverse programme of cultural events, including talks and temporary exhibitions.

Enjoy a peaceful cuppa

Burgh House is a hidden gem, tucked away in the leafy neighbourhood in North London with a café in the basement, which serves a variety of refreshments, and spills out into a garden patio if the British weather allows.

Visitor information


Burgh House

Burgh House, New End Square, London, NW3 1LT
020 7431 0144

Free to all

Opening times

Wednesday - Friday & Sunday 12pm - 5pm

Closed on Saturdays

Visitor information

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