The Charles Dickens Museum
The home of Charles Dickens between March 1837 and the end of 1839; it was here that he completed Pickwick Papers, wrote Oliver Twist, Nicholas Nickleby and planned Barnaby Rudge. Bought by the Dickens Fellowship, the house is open to the public and has a collection of personal relics - desk, letters, portraits and tells his life story; also an important library collection of manuscripts and first editions. Dickens' drawing room has been reinstated following meticulous research into wallpaper, paints, furniture and furnishings.
Daily 10am to 5pm
Telephone: 020 7405 2127
Address: 48 Doughty Street, WC1
Website: Charles Dickens Museum
Russell Square Station
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