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Kenwood House Address:
The Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood, Hampstead Lane, London NW3 7JR

Between Hampstead and Highgate to the north of London the Dairy at Kenwood is within reach of all Londoners and it belongs to us, Londoners and the whole of the nation.
The Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood gave the Kenwood Estate and Kenwood House and its contents to the nation. The Kenwood estate adjoins the northern part of Hampstead Heath.
Part of the Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood , the Dairy buildings are situated on the brow of a hill with panoramic views, designed by Sir Humphry Repton, across the West Meadow at Kenwood. 


Hampstead Lane, NW3. There is parking along Hampstead Lane but check notices for any restrictions. There is also a Pay and Display English Heritage car park at the West Lodge of Kenwood House on Hampstead Lane and restricted parking in side roads such as Sheldon Avenue

Train: London overground to Gospel Oak or Hampstead Heath – about 1 mile walking across Heath

Tube: Archway or Golders Green Tube, then the 210 bus, or Highgate 1 mile walk.

London Transport service 210 Finsbury Park - Golders Green (020 7222 1234)

National Cycle Network




Registered Charity no 1122681

Kenwood Dairy Three Long-Horned Cattle in Landscape by Julius Caesar Ibbetson (1759-1817) ©English Heritage Photo Library

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