Jimi Hendrix Museum

Jimi Hendrix, the ultimate guitar hero, born into poverty in Seattle in 1947, and he in London aged just 27 after a hedonistic lifestyle. Now fans have the chance to see his bedroom in his London home looked like. The property in Mayfair restored over a period to look as close as possible as it when he lived there in 1968 and 1969. 23 Brook Street in Mayfair has been fully kitted with feathers, tapestry rugs and a ton of vinyl records in £2.5m refit. For many years seen as a place of interest. In 1997, an English Heritage blue plaque, the first ever to a pop star, was posted on the wall the apartment. The property is right next to Handel House, where composer Handel for 36 years during the mid 1700s. The entire third floor open to the public, as well as an exhibition shows the musician's movements 1968 and 1969. The building forms part of Handel and Hendrix, a museum to two musicians who were neighbours - but two centuries .

 



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