Your Visit

The museum celebrates Handel's life and works, displaying portraits of Handel and his contemporaries in finely restored Georgian interiors and by bringing live music back to his house. Frequent music rehearsals, weekly concerts and special musical events in addition to regular displays and exhibitions bring Handel's world to life.

Capital Project update

Building work is currently taking place at Handel House and the museum will remain open throughout the works. There will be no lift access for about six months from Monday 27 April 2015 and visitors will have to use the staircases. There will also be no toilet facilities during this time. To find out more visit the Opening Times & Prices and Capital Project pages.

  • Opening times & prices

    Our opening times are changing, read on for more information about this and building works at the museum
  • Find us

    Discover the best way to get to Handel House, by tube, car, train or by foot.
  • Map

    Find out how to get to Handel House.
  • Access

    Handel House has limited access for disabled visitors whilst building works take place. Find out more here.     Handel House has full access and facilities for disabled visitors. You can find out more information here.
  • Groups

    We offer tours and recitals for groups of 8 or more. Find out the best options to suit your needs.
  • Families

    We have a range of activities for families. Find out more here
  • Friends

    Find out how you can become a Handel House Friend.