Hampstead Museum (Burgh House)
New End Square
020 7431 0144
020 7435 8817
Burgh House is a grade I listed house built in 1703/4. The Hampstead Museum is incorporated in the House on the first floor and offers permanent displays on Hampstead history. There is also a programme of changing exhibitions and events.
Museum, Historic house or home
Open Bank Holidays 2-5pm except Good Friday and Easter Monday.
Saturdays we are open by appointment only.
Closed Christmas fortnight, Good Friday and Easter Monday.
Admission is free.
Permanent displays on the history of Hampstead; John Constable, Helen Allingham and on the Isokon flats and furniture. Other artefacts of note are the Isokon Long Chair, the Mayoral chair of 1900, the first Scout's flag and a plaster penguin signed by famous authors in 1960.
Fine Art, Personalities, Social History
Key artists and exhibits
- Helen Allingham collection; Marcel Breuer Isokon furniture