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Inside Jimi Hendrix’s London Home
Have you ever wanted to hang out at Jimi Hendrix’s flat? See where he created some of his most iconic songs? Have a flick through his record collection or take a walk around his bedroom, well now you can because Jimi Hendrix’s London home has been turned into a museum.
During a two-year period Jimi’s London flat was restored to how it would have originally looked when he lived there.
In another room you can see his record collection for yourself and learn all about his favourite performers, influences and musical styles. Among his favourites is a copy of Handel’s Messiah (You can also visit the Handel museum which is next door)
- Jimi Hendrix moved into 23 Brook Street on 4th July 1968. He lived there until 1969
- The guitar on which he used for his song arrangements is on display
- A new permanent exhibition tracing Hendrix’s life featuring unseen or rarely-seen images of Hendrix taken at the flat and in the local area
- His bedroom had been previously used as offices
Handel & Hendrix in London, 25 Brook Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 4HB
Open Monday – Saturday 11am – 6pm Sunday 12pm – 6pm; Last admission 5pm
Tickets £10 Adult (Includes Handel museum entry)