Things to do in Hampstead



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Never be short for things to do with our guide to what's on in Hampstead

If you can't find something to do in Hampstead, you're not looking very hard. Take a dip in the Hampstead Heath Swimming Ponds, swat up on local history at Hampstead Museum or catch new works by established and emerging talent at Hampstead Theatre. You'll never be short of entertainment and inspiration in this leafy oasis.

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  • Hampstead Theatre

    Eton Avenue, NW3 3EU

    Enjoy both cutting-edge and classic theatre. It's new writing, not just new playwrights, that floats Hampstead Theatre's boat. Emerging and established writers can both find a platform for fresh material here...
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  • Hampstead Museum

    New End Square, London, NW3 1LT

    The elegant setting for this family-friendly trip through Hampstead's past is an impressive Grade I-listed house built during the rein of Queen Anne in 1704. Rudyard...
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  • Hampstead Heath Swimming Ponds

    Hampstead Heath, NW5 1QR

    Take a year-round dip in one of Hampstead's famous bathing ponds. Originally dammed-off clay pits, the ponds are run by the City Corporation. It is consulting with local residents about essential works to protect...
    Hampstead Heath Ponds review

  • Hampstead Everyman Cinema

    5 Hollybush Vale, London, NW3 6TX

    Is the Hampstead Everyman the only cinema in town boasting a concierge station? Possibly London's most elegant cinema, it has a glamorous bar...
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  • Freud Museum

    20 Maresfield Gardens, London, NW3 5SX

    Sigmund Freud's former London home, where he found refuge after fleeing the Nazis in 1938, is now a shrine to the father of psychoanalysis, this time-capsule museum...
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Users say

Sarah Morpurgo
Sarah Morpurgo

The Alba Trio (flute-cello-piano) is a hotly tipped 3 piece playing at Hampstead's 18th Century Burgh House, Sun 20th Jan, 7pm