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Before the movie, we lived in South Kensington for several years and used to old rock & rollers in and about. Never thought twice about going to visit Freddie Mercury’s house but finally went on a walk to Earl’s Court. You don’t get to see...More
I'm a big time Freddie and Queen fan but unfortunately there is nothing to see here. I actually felt quite sad that there wasn't some sort of remembrance of the man, even just a plaque on the path would be nice.
After deciding at 7 years old that I was going to marry Freddie (devastated when dad finally broke it to me I was the wrong gender) it feels surreal to be where he lived and died. Love you Freddie, all the way from New Zealand!...More
I was surprised to see the recent pictures of the Garden Gate with all the plexi-glass and such. I visited there in 2009 and saw all the messages written on the gate and the surrounding area. It was a moving experience just knowing that Freddie...More
I used to live in Earl's Court in the late 80s and became aware that Freddie Mercury lived nearby in this house. I walked past his house once or twice and the high garden wall was plastered with written notes. Some as short as 'Hi...More
You can reach the house or, better, what once was Freddy Mercury's house, very easily. From Earl's Court station turn left, always straight on: Garden Lodge Queen is, after not more than five minutes walk on your left. You'll be disappointed by the sight of...More
We were staying in Kensington so it was a short walk to the house Freddie Mercury was living in before he died. A few things struck me about the place. There's not much to see because of the high wall surrounding the home but the...More
Since I was 12 I wanted to get to Garden Lodge to look at Freddie Mercury House. I went to London on February and I had the time to get to Garden Lodge, I was very curios about what I would have found there because...More
And everything is gone. But I made this a priority to visit where Freddie lived and died. A legend never really dies though. He lives on thru his music. And look at that sunshine today. Also saw a ladybug today. Made me think of Freddie...More