Keats's poetry often depicts with beauty, speaking of ideals, and compares between the perfection of ideals and their realization in reality. Keats liked to infuse his writing with themes from Greek mythology and the beauty of nature and art.
In the Keats House, one can learn about Keats' life and work through an exhibition of his tools, original manuscripts and art objects which portray the fascinating story of a young poet who finds inspiration, friendship and love.
Various events are held at the house during the year, such as singing performances and family activities. The Keats House always has a source of entertainment, whether it be listening to Keats's poetry, watching a movie about his busy life in Hampstead or trying you hand at some poetry of your own.