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Visit the landmarks in the life and times of John Keats on this London walking tour.

Experience the stirring life and poetry of a great radical Romantic poet. We’ll visit fascinating landmarks in the lives of Percy Bysshe Shelley and Mary Shelley, from their first meeting to their notorious elopement and exile in Europe, where they created such ground-breaking masterpieces as Frankenstein and The Mask of Anarchy. Meet outside King’s Cross Station by the Henry Moore statue, Euston Road entrance


Keats House | talks


Date and Time:

26 August 2017 at 11:00 am


2 hours 30 minutes



Kings Cross Station
Euston Road
N1 9AL

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Booking essential. Please note that this Keats House event begins at Kings Cross Station, where we shall meet outside by the Henry Moore statue, Euston Road entrance.

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