My partner likes Byron and so we made the trip to this former lodging of his contemporary John Keats, who died tragically young. My own knowledge of the romantic poets is not so good and so I found the exhibits and information very interesting indeed. There is an excellent introductory film before you go up to the museum and everything is very well labelled and explained. As well as Keats, you will learn about Shelley and his wife Mary, Lord Byron and his lovers, Leigh Hunt and Severn, who was with Keats when he died. The staff were pleasant and unobtrusive - we visited in the morning. All in all, a very interesting place right on the Spanish Steps.
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