From Shakespeare and Charles Dickens to Monica Ali, London has always been an inspiration for poets, novelists and artists. This trail takes you from Keats’s romantic hideaway to the intellectual hothouse where Carlyle and the greatest thinkers of his day gathered; from the smart streets of Chelsea to the idyllic lanes of Hampstead - via the house of the man who wrote the most quotable quote: ‘When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life’. For a downhill walk – do this trail the other way round, starting in Hampstead and finishing in Chelsea..
* Carlyle’s House
* The Charles Dickens Museum
* Dr Johnson’s House
* Keats House
* Freud Museum
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