Poetry Top Poetry-related places to visit in London.

Top Poetry-related places to visit in London.


The capital of England has always lured poets to distraction for it's rich variety of humanity. Poets unite.

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11. The Poets Circle @ The British Library, St Pancras, London
12. Samuel Beckett lived here @ 34 Gertrude Street, Chelsea
13. Samuel Coleridge Died Here @ 3 The Grove, Highgate, London
14. Birthplace of mystical poet @ 121 Elgin Crescent, Kensington
15. William Blake lived here. @ 28 Poland Street, London
16. Poet Helena Mott @ 115 Maze Hill, Greenwich, London
17. Thomas B Macaulay lived here @ 50 Great Ormond Street, London
18. Mina Loys House @ 68 Compayne Gardens, Hampstead
19. Home of Beat Poet Royston Ellis @ 36 Deanecroft Road, Eastcote, Pinner
20. Home of poet Robert Browning @ 19 Warwick Crescent, Paddington, London
21. Tennyson and Townshend @ Chapel House, Montpelier Row, Twickenham
22. Siegfried Sassoon lived here @ 23 Campden Hill Square
23. Ben Jonson is Still Standing @ Westminster Abbey, Westminster, London
24. A Bit Of Byron... @ 22 Betterton Street
25. Mina Loys Childhood Home @ 68 Compayne Gardens, Hampstead
26. Dylan Thomas' House of Horror @ 54 Delancey Street, Camden
27. Poet Stevie Smith's House @ 1 Avondale Road, Palmers Green
28. Sutcliffe and Holmes Big Stand @ Leyton County Ground, High Road, Leyton
29. Poet Leigh Hunt lived here @ 22 Upper Cheyne Row, Chelsea
30. Keats House @ Keats Grove, Hampstead, London
31. Betjeman's Window Painting @ 43 Cloth Fair, Barbican