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The Handel House Trust Ltd

The Handel House Trust Ltd


Handel Hendrix House cares for and presents to the public the homes of two of the greatest musicians ever to have lived in London.

George Frideric Handel lived at 25 Brook Street from 1723 until his death in 1759. It was here that Handel wrote and rehearsed his greatest works, including Messiah. In 1968, Jimi Hendrix moved into an adjoining flat at number 23. Here, in the only place he said he felt truly at home, Hendrix entertained, inspired and collaborated with other icons of British 60s rock music. We present these buildings as an evolving celebration of Handel and Hendrix’s lives, sharing their music, their stories and our collections as a source of learning, enjoyment and inspiration for all. Open to the public since 2001, Handel Hendrix House is a charity and an accredited museum. We raise all our own funds. Through visitor admissions, learning programmes, digital, and live performances we share the lives, stories and music of George Frideric Handel and Jimi Hendrix with the widest possible audience.

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LJMF01 Hallelujah Project Appeal from Handel Hendrix House

Hallelujah Project Appeal from Handel Hendrix House

Your support will help us complete the restoration of Handel's house and fill Handel Hendrix House with live music and events.... Read more