Blue Plaque Houses

Charles Dickens house 2020

Charles Dickens house 2020

Charles Dickens Museum, Doughty Street, WC1

Richard D'Oyly Carte house

Richard D'Oyly Carte house

Home of Richard D'Oyly Carte, 1860-70. 2 Dartmouth Park Road, Kentish Town.

The Isokon Building (2)

The Isokon Building (2)

The Isokon Building (2), Lawn Road, Hampstead

The Isokon Building (3)

The Isokon Building (3)

The Isokon Building (3), Lawn Road, Hampstead

The Isokon Building

The Isokon Building

The Isokon Building, Lawn Road, Hampstead

Vera Brittain & Winifred Holtby hseH

Vera Brittain & Winifred Holtby hseH

Vera Brittain & Winifred Holtby house, Doughty Street, Lodnon

Dorothy Sayers home

Dorothy Sayers home

Dorothy Sayers' home in 1920s. Great James Street.

WB Yeats' house

WB Yeats' house

WB Yeats' House, Fitzroy Road, NW3

Engels' house

Engels' house

Engels' House, Regent's Park Road, NW3

Freud Museum

Freud Museum

The Freud Museum, Maresfield Gardens, Hampstead

Sylvia Plath house

Sylvia Plath house

Sylvia Plath lived here at 3 Chalcot Square, NW3 1960-61

John Lennon's house

John Lennon's house

John Lennon's house, Montagu Square, W1

George Orwell's house, Lawford Rd.

George Orwell's house, Lawford Rd.

50 Lawford Road, London NW5. George Orwell lived here 1935-6.

Canaletto

Canaletto

41 Beak Street, London W1 The Venetian painter, Canaletto, lived here 1746-55

Ford Madox Brown

Ford Madox Brown

56 Fortess Road, London NW5. The Pre-Raphaelite painter, Ford Madox Brown (1821-93) lived here.

Berlioz house

Berlioz house

58 Queen Anne Street, London W1. Hector Berlioz stayed here in 1851 when he was the French judge for musical instruments at the Great Exhibition.

Dylan Thomas

Dylan Thomas

54 Delancey Street, London, NW1. Dylan Thomas lived here 1951-3.

DH Lawrence House

DH Lawrence House

1 Byron Villas, Vale of Health,London NW3. DW Lawrence and his wife Frieda lived here in 1915, the year his novel, The Rainbow, was declared obscene.

Kwame Nkrumah's house

Kwame Nkrumah's house

60 Burghley Road, London NW5. Kwame Nkrumah, first President of Ghana, lived here in the 1940s.