The Charles Dickens Museum


What to see:

Charles Dickens is considered one of the greatest English novelists of the Victorian era (19th century). The author wrote Oliver Twist in the house at 48 Doughty Street. The house where Charles Dickens lived and wrote is now a museum housing rare editions, manuscripts, paintings and various other personal items which once belonged to the author. Some of Charles Dickens best known works include The Adventures of Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol, David Copperfield, Great Expectations and many more.

How to get there:

Address: 48 Doughty Street, WC1N 2LX

Nearest underground stations:

Russell Square (Piccadilly line),

Chancery Lane or Holborn (Central line)

Kings Cross St Pancras

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What are the opening hours:

Monday to Sunday: 10am-5pm (last admission 4pm)

How much is the admission fee:

£8 adult ticket

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