O2 Centre: It boasts top restaurants offering the
best in world cuisine, an 8 screen multiplex cinema, health and
fitness and a range of shops, making it one of the top retail and
entertainment destinations in the UK.
Freud Museum: It contains Freud's
remarkable collection of antiques: Egyptian, Roman, Greek and
Oriental. Almost two thousand items fill cabinets and are ranged on
every surface. The walls are lined with shelves containing Freud's
large library of reference books.
Gallery: A small but exclusive gallery with over 17 years of
experience in fine art collecting and dealing. The gallery deals
mainly in fine and selected 19th and early 20th Century Russian,
East and West European paintings and, to a lesser degree, in Art
Nouveau, Zsolnay and 19th century Meissen Porcelain.
Library: The library offers an information and reference
service, extensive subject collections, a separate children's
library and a large collection of CD's, DVD's, videos and printed
Hampstead Theatre: It is
not only a magnificent purpose-built state-of-the-art theatre that
has just celebrated its fifth birthday but a company fast
approaching its fiftieth, with a particular mission: to find,
develop, and produce new plays to the highest possible standards,
for as many people as we can encourage to see them.
Camden's legendary Roundhouse has continually pushed boundaries in
music and performance. Today the Roundhouse is a space dedicated to
nurturing creative young talent, as well as presenting an eclectic
line up of the best in Live Music, Theatre, Dance and Circus.
Burgh House is the finest Queen Anne House in Hampstead. Built in
the years after1704, it stands a mile south east of the Hampstead
tube station. It was originally adjacent to the 'Wells' which
originally brought Hampstead fame and fortune - the waters tasted
vile, but this was thought to prove their beneficial properties.