Jimi Hendrix’s London Home To Officially Open as Museum This Week

A glimpse on how the late great rocker once lived.

Jimi Hendrix's one time London flat will officially be opened to the public this week as the Hendrix Museum. Doors will open tomorrow, Wednesday, February 10. The residence turned museum is located at 23 Brook Street, next door to Handel House. The late great rock legend lived in the property between 1968 - 1969. Admission to the museum is $8.50 USD and will also highlight some personal items of Hendrix including his personal vinyl collection, including a copy of Bob Dylan's 'Highway 61 Revisited' that is stained with Hendrix’s blood. More details about the Hendrix Museum can be found on their official site here.

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