Jimi Hendrix's apartment in London is opened to the public.
Guitarist's old bedroom at 23 Brook Street has been restored and opened to the public on February 10.
Jimi Hendrix's London home is opened to the public for the first time. Hendrix lived in the Mayfair property with his girlfriend, Kathy Etchingham, for a year between 1968/69. Every detail of the living space has been recreated. Persian rugs are on the floor, a Victorian shawl hangs above the bed, newspaper lie on the dresser. The Guardian reports that items include records from Hendrix's personal collection, icluding a copy of Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited' that is stained with Hendrix's blood. The apartment is located at 23 Brook Street next to the former house of George Frideric Handel. “Our reserarch in to the Buildingand Hendrix's circle of friends and acquaitances has enabled us to present an image of what life was like in his time at Brook Street” said Chairman of the Handel House Trust Alistair Stranack, and he also said “ it has been a pleasure to have been working in Jimi's bedroom for the past few yeras, it is even more pleasing to be able to throw it open to everybody else”.