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Fenton House

Attractions, Historic buildings and sites Hampstead
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© NTPL/Matthew Antrobus Fenton House in Hampstead

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Set in a gorgeous garden, with a 300-year-old apple orchard, this manor house is notable for its 17th- and 18th-century harpsichords, virginals and spinets, which are still played at lunchtime and evening concerts (usually Wed; phone for details). Fenton House has a walled garden which combines formal borders and a sunken rose garden with a working kitchen garden and an apple orchard. Also on display are European and Chinese porcelain, Chippendale furniture and some artful and intricate 17th-century needlework.



Address: Hampstead Grove
Windmill Hill
Transport: Tube: Hampstead
Price: Admission House & gardens £8; £4 reductions; £20 family; free under-5s. Gardens £2. Joint ticket with 2 Willow Road £13, £6.50 reductions
Opening hours: Open Mar-Oct 11am-5pm Wed-Sun. Closed Nov-Feb
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