Burgh House, London, UK

Welcome to the Burgh House & Hampstead Museum. Burgh House is a grade I listed house built in the early years of the 18th century, open to the public as a local history museum, art gallery, classical concert venue, shop and cafe. The Hampstead Museum is incorporated in the House on the first floor and offers permanent displays and temporary exhibitions on Hampstead History. The House can be hired for private events, meetings, exhibitions and concerts.

Burgh House is a beautiful home hidden amongst the cobbled streets of one of London’s loveliest villages. Just steps from the breathtaking views of Hampstead Heath, it feels a world away from the bustling city beyond.

A beautiful family home until the 1930’s, when Rudyard Kipling’s Daughter Elise and her husband Captain George Bambridge were the last to take residence, Burgh House is steeped in 300 years of history. Today its historic panelled rooms provide a unique and elegant backdrop for wedding ceremonies, civil partnerships and receptions, and our dedicated staff guarantee the highest level of service to ensure that your day is truly memorable.

We would be delighted to show you around and hear about your plans and will be pleased to reserve a date for you whilst you arrange a viewing.