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Charles Dickens Museum



Located at 48 Doughty Street, the Charles Dickens Museum was home to Dickens and his growing family from 1837 to 1839. Dickens even wrote two of his novels – Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby in the house.

The nearest tube station is Russell Square and student tickets are priced at £6. The museum holds the largest collection of author’s possessions – books, paintings, and memorabilia. The museum also has a cafe which is free to visit.

Charles Dickens Museum - interior and exterior photography

Dickens Museum Dining Rm

Dickens Cafe


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