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- Fenton House
- Alt Name:
- United Kingdom
- Early Modern (1500AD-1800AD)
- 1600AD - 1699AD
- Kenwood House,
about Fenton House
Fenton House in Hampstead in North London was built in the seventeenth century and has since remained almost entirely unchanged. It is unclear who built Fenton House, but it has been continuously occupied over the period of three hundred years.
Today, Fenton House and its gardens are managed by the National Trust and the house includes exhibits of, amongst other things, porcelain and early keyboard instruments.
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Address: Hampstead Grove, Hampstead, London NW3 6SP
Phone: +44 (0)1494 755563
Within 10 min. walk of Hampstead Tube Station (northern line). Some uphill walking.
20 Mar-31 Oct: weekends 11am-5pm. 24 March-29 Oct: Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 2pm-5pm. Last entry 30 min. before closing. Entry costs £6 adults, £3 children, £15 family.
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