Jimi Hendrix’s Flat Opens To Public This Week in London

A Hendrix fan's dream come true.

Have you ever imagined visiting the creative space of a world-renowned artist? Well if you’re a Jimi Hendrix fan your wish has been granted.

Hendrix’s 23 Brook Street flat will open to the public this Wednesday (Feb. 10). Hendrix lived in the property for a year between 1968-69, next door to George Frederic Handel’s London home.


The flat has been renovated to its original form over the last two years by organizers. Fans will have access to the top floor of the home. On display will be some of Jimi Hendrix’s old guitars, along with original furniture and possessions.

It was announced back in October that the remodeling was nearing completion, after a $5 Million renovation.

The space is open to the public, and admission to the flat is £7.50.

For more information on the Hendrix Museum click here.


Photo by Matt Dunham via National Post