Hampstead, commonly known as Hampstead Village, is an area of London. Part of the London Borough of Camden, Hampstead has an outstanding reputation concerning its musical, artistic and literary scenes. The parkland known as Hampstead Heath is also the main attraction and covers 790 acres of woodland. With an estimated population of 60,918 in 2011, Hampstead is a popular district that is home to more millionaires within its boundaries than any other area of the UK.
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The nearest London Underground stations within the area are Hampstead and Belsize Park on the Northern line, and Swiss Cottage and Finchley Road on the Jubilee line.
Hampstead Heath is a beautiful hotspot within the local area. The area is home to playing fields, swimming ponds and meadows, and Parliament Hill is notorious for offering spectacular views across the city.
The Freud museum is buried within the heart of Hampstead. Previously the house that Sigmund Freud resided in after fleeing the Nazis in 1938, it is now a time capsule. The museum contains the sofa on which Sigmund Freud, Freud's study, library, antiques and much much more!