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Did you know that from 1837-1839, Charles Dickens lived at 48 Doughty Street in London? It has since been converted into a museum (in 1925) and made available to visit for a marginal price.
The Cafe at Charles Dickens Museum
There is a cafe in the back of the house (open to visitors and non-visitors alike) where you can get a good cup of tea or coffee with a sweet.
Upon entrance you are greeted by one of the museum’s friendly volunteers where you’ll receive a guidebook to the five floors of the museum. For the most part you are left to your own devices during your visit.
Favourites from Charles Dickens Museum in London
A favourite — Dickens’ desk.
Another of the highlights of the visit was Dickens’ bed.
Amidst these original items related to Dickens’ life and works
there are also well-made props such as letters and manuscripts by Dickens.
How to Access Charles Dickens Museum
To visit the museum, the nearest Underground Stations are Holborn and Russell Square.
Things to Know Before Your Visit
Allow yourself between 1-2 hours to thoroughly enjoy the five floors of furniture, manuscripts, rare editions and paintings, etc.
Last admission is at 4pm.