Stepping into Handel Hendrix House is like walking into a melodious tale of two extraordinary musicians, separated by centuries but united by the same hallowed halls of residences 23 and 25 Brook Street. Situated in the prestigious Mayfair area, this unique museum brings to life the historical homes of George Frideric Handel and Jimi Hendrix. Handel, the eminent composer, made 25 Brook Street his home from 1723 until his death in 1759. Fast forward to 1968, and the legendary guitarist Jimi Hendrix moves into the adjoining flat at number 23.
Experience the Pioneering Spirits of Handel and Hendrix!
The Handel Hendrix House is more than a museum; it’s an ever-changing tribute to these unparalleled musicians. Through rehearsals, masterclasses, and talks, along with special late-night openings, the museum perpetually celebrates both Handel’s and Hendrix’s remarkable impacts on London’s cultural scene. Visitors are invited to delve into the legacies of these musical prodigies, from listening to their timeless compositions to exploring the personal items that once belonged to them. All of this is aimed at fostering learning, enjoyment, and inspiration in a setting that is unequivocally Mayfair in character.