#AceHistoryNews – Oct.27: The guitarist’s restored 1960s flat will open to visitors next spring in a building adjoining the 18th-century composer’s former home
A top-floor flat in London, regarded by many as a shrine to the greatest guitarist in the history of rock music, is to open permanently to visitors – creating a double museum to the two famous men who lived in the building: Jimi Hendrix and Georg Frideric Handel.
Restoring the attic flat to its 1960s appearance after half a century of office use, and creating new office space for the evicted staff of the Handel House Museum, has cost £2.4m and taken two years.
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