Handel House Museum

Celebrating the life and works of George Frideric Handel who lived at 25 Brook Street from 1723 until his death aged 74 in 1759.

The Handel House Museum was home to the baroque composer George Frideric Handel from 1723 until his death in 1759. This landmark address is where Handel composed some of the greatest music in history including 'Messiah', 'Zadok the Priest' and 'Music for the Royal Fireworks'.

Exhibitions and events

The Poetry of Jimi Hendrix

Event on 19.10.2018 15:00

The afternoon will be led by Dr Christian Lloyd, writer and author of Hendrix at Home: a Bluesman in Mayfair. Christian will be talking about who and what influenced Hendrix’s lyrics, putting them in...

Family Concert: Gulliver’s Travels

Event on 27.10.2018 14:00

In 1726, 3 years after Handel arrived in Brook Street, Gulliver’s Travels was published in London. Flautotonic bring this instant bestseller to life with an interactive programme that includes...

Halloween Late

Event on 31.10.2018 19:00

This October, we bring you a Halloween night inspired by the supernatural stories of our two historic houses. For this year’s Museums at Night festival, we bring you an evening of live music,...

Handel and the Mandolin

Event on 06.11.2018 18:30

The London Mandolin Quartet pays homage to Handel and to his close friendships with some of the great Baroque composers. Sergio Vacca (mandolin), Maxine Wiltshire (mandolin), John Maw (octave...

Uniting Styles

Event on 04.12.2018 18:30

Flauguissimo celebrate the 350th anniversary of Francois Couperin’s birth with magnificent chamber music by Couperin and Handel. Both were masters of the art of blending styles from different musical...

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