Monday: Closed, including bank holidays
Tuesday: 10am - 6pm
Wednesday: 10am - 6pm
Thursday: 10am - 8pm
Friday: 10am - 6pm
Saturday: 10am - 6pm
Sunday: 12 noon - 6pm
Last admissions 30 minutes before closing.
£2.00 children (5-16 years). Children FREE ENTRY on Saturdays and Sundays.
Free entry for children under 5 years, Friends of Handel House, National Art Pass holders, London Pass card holders (on presentation of membership cards) and disabled visitors' carer.
National Trust members: £3.25 adults, £2.75 concessions and free admission for children on presentation of your membership card. For more information see the National Trust Partners website.
Concessions apply to senior citizens, full-time students, registered disabled and ES40 cardholders on presentation of proof of status.
For your own safety, you are advised to wear sensible shoes when visiting as the museum contains original 18th century floors which can be uneven. Stilettos damage the original flooring and leather soled-shoes are particularly unsuitable. Please note that certain rooms have low lighting.
Recitals and Events
Please note that the Rehearsal and Performance Room is closed during recitals and events. Visitors will be charged a concession price when this occurs. Please see the What's on page to check if this will apply during your visit, or telephone the Museum to confirm with a member of staff.
Please note that building work will take place at Handel House from October 2014 and the museum will remain open throughout the works. There will be no lift available for about six months from November 2014 and visitors will have to use the staircases. There will also be restricted access to discreet areas of the building but the historic rooms including the Rehearsal and Performance Room where our weekly concerts take place will remain open throughout the project.
We advise that you call the museum office on 020 7495 1685 before arrival to best accommodate your needs. For more information about the Capital Project click here.
No photography is allowed in Handel House Museum.