This museum is a very interesting house museum. First of all it is a bit difficult to find the entrance. But don't give up - walk down a wide alley and the entrance is in the back. You'll have to leave your backpacks or bags with the desk but it is locked in a container and you are given a tag. Front desk person was super friendly.
You start off with an informative film and then you are off to the rooms which are filled with portraits and period items or even things that belonged to Handel himself. There are also a lot of placards with history and stories from his life and his family's life.
Interestingly the museum has expanded into the building next door of which one of those apartments had been the apartment of Jimi Hendrix! I couldn't help but imagine if those two souls had ever met what an interesting conversation it might have been!! lol
So - If you have an interest in historic houses or music (classical or otherwise) you should pay a visit to the Handel House Museum.
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