Wonderful massage therapists in Hampstead that do home visits. The therapists are great, especially on Sundays when I'm most lazy.
Submitted by Maria
Great for a drink after a long day at the office, this gastropub serves delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes made using fresh ingredients - not a microwave meal in site!
Submitted by Shakira
A great gastropub that serves modern British and Mediterranean dishes.
Submitted by Thom
An independent, not that busy, bright gym with lots of windows and natural light, offering good classes and lovely staff too.
Submitted by Claire
A small but perfected menu of tasty burgers and sides. There's also vegetarian options and non-beef burgers too.
Submitted by Shakira
Charming inside and out, The Flask pub is located at the end of delightful Flask Walk. It serves British dishes, but with a refined Hampstead twist.
Submitted by Mike
The park is not large but it is one of the most beautiful in London. Superb views towards Chiltern Hills. There's a deer enclosure and lots of wildlife.
Submitted by William
Just off Holly Hill, the Holly Bush is a delightful pub in an even more charming setting.
Submitted by Dan
Boasting a wonderful café and secret garden, this park is a stunning place to relax on a hot, sunny day.
Submitted by Nick
Excellent views of London's skyline, where you can see St Paul's Cathedral, the Shard and the Gherkin. A great place to be when the sun is out!
Submitted by Pavel
Affording one of the best views of London, Hampstead Heath is certainly a peaceful spot to look at the skyline in all its glory!
Submitted by Ed
The perfect place to pick up a gift or a treat for yourself! Clothes, jewellery and beauty products, all under one roof...
Submitted by Shakira
Perfect for going on long walks with the dog or using it as your local running route.
Submitted by Freddie
A beautiful pub with a fantastic outdoor area between Golders Green and Hampstead. A great spot for an evening beer whilst the sun goes down.
Submitted by Nick
Did you know?
"World renowned poet John Keats lived on the border and was inspired by Hampstead Heath - he is thought to have penned Ode to a Nightingale after hearing birdsong whilst in the Spaniards Inn."
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Apart from amazing personal memories, I think it's London's most charming and romantic place. Lovely restaurants, beautiful park, breathtaking mansions and top-class bars. By some country miles, London's best place.
Hampstead is chic but not too snobby. Close to a big park, has restaurants and shops - excellent schools.
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Make & DoCamden Arts Centre
Every Sunday while the exhibitions are on families with children can drop in to the Drawing Studio for practical and creative activities based around the exhibitions. Activities are suitable for all ages. No booking is required. Website
Children's After School Art Club (age 5-11)Hampstead School of Art
Print, paint, draw and sculpt; experiment and explore the core techniques of each discipline whilst engaging with artist's work. The focus is to encourage children to engage with exciting materials and unique techniques. Once a week. You can choose Monday or Wednesday. Price is for 12 sessions. Website
JW3 Cooking TogetherJW3
Every week, the children have fun with hands-on recipes and are encouraged to learn about good food. Through cooking toddlers learn about numbers, colours, shapes and textures. £12 per class for drop-in or £ 11 per class for a package of 12 Website
Old Time NurseryHeath Street Baptist Church
Songs accompanied by banjo, guitar, accordion, piano, violin, toy piano, melodica, percussion, drums, stylophone and lapsteel guitar Website
Culture Kids Messy Play ClassesThe 100 Acres Toy Shop
Culture Kids Messy Play is a special art session just for toddlers between the ages of 2 months and 6 years. It's a wonderful introduction to first art experiences including painting mark-making and gluing alongside fun hands-on sensory play like play dough cold spaghetti mushy paper and bubbly water just to name a few! Messy activities that your busy toddler will love to explore without you worrying about the clean up at home. We begin each session with a warm welcome and explain to all the grown-ups what activities are ready to experience today. The children have 30 minutes to explore and engage in their own time. We finish with a quick clean up then gather for circle time and some energetic action songs and rhymes for smiles all around. Website
The creation station at JW3JW3
We all want our children to explore their creativity, but the mess and stress of doing it yourself at home can be tricky. These classes provide the perfect solution for all your child's creative needs; inspiring their imaginations while helping you to have fun with them too. Classes follow the Early Years Foundation Stage. Each term is themed around texture, colour or shapes and by the end of each class, the children get to proudly take home their achievements. This term we will explore the World of Shapes and making some wonderful special occasion crafts for Shavuot and Father's Day. And you'll enjoy doing something lovely alongside your little one, while they draw, paint and make. For ages 1-5. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Website
Rona Hart School of DanceRosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel Hall
Classes held for children from age 2 upwards, catering for all age groups up to 18 years in classical ballet, jazz/street dance and tap dance. A proper dancing school with qualified, CRB checked teachers. Website
Hampstead is an area of London, England, located 4 miles (6.4 km) north-west of Charing Cross. It is located in Inner London. It is part of the London Borough of Camden. It is known for its intellectual, liberal, artistic, musical and literary associations and for the large and hilly parkland Hampstead Heath. It is also home to some of the most expensive housing in the London area, or indeed anywhere in the world, with large houses selling for up to £50m (2008). The village of Hampstead has more millionaires within its boundaries than any other area of the United Kingdom.
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