Mozart's home in London is located on Ebury Street. The child prodigy was brought here in 1764 by his father, Leopold, seeking to impress the English court the way they had impressed the European courts back on the continent. The family lived in several residences during their time here, and during the summer of 1764 lived here on Ebury Street for several weeks. During August and September it is claimed that he composed his first symphony, Symphony No. 1 in E-flat, while living here. Mozart's short London adventure ended in July 1765 when he left the city, never setting foot here again. A plaque marks the location.