The Handel House Museum is a museum dedicated to the composer Handel. Located in the house in which he lived from 1723 until his death in 1759, it’s the place where he composed some of his greatest compositions, including Messiah, Zadok the Priest and Music for the Royal Fireworks.
And with many objects notable to his life being stored here (such as some of his manuscripts) as well as a connection to Jimi Hendrix (who lived next door at 23 Brook St), the museum is well worth visiting for musicians and music fans everywhere.
It also has regular events, like weekly rehearsals, concerts, talks and recitals.
Tickets are £6.50 for adults, £5.50 for concessions and £2.00 for children.