"The Keats-Shelley House in Rome is a museum and library dedicated to the second-generation English romantic poets who lived in, and were inspired by, Italy, and housed in the final home of John Keats. The historic core of the building contains the library, exhibition space, and the apartment rented by John Keats and the artist Joseph Severn in 1820-1821. On display there is a fine collection of paintings and portraits, busts and miniatures, relics and first editions, literary manuscripts and letters from our permanent collection, and we have a year-round programme of cultural events, academic conferences, and temporary exhibitions." Includes an immersive video tour of the house.
Exhibition at the Morgan Library and Museum commemorating the 200th anniversary of Keat's death