Number 48 Doughty Street was an important place in Charles Dickens' life. Two of his daughters were born here and some of Dickens' best-loved novels were written here, including Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby. The Museum was opened in 1925 and has become the home of the world's finest Dickens-related collection.
Discover Dickens' life, times and writing through the museum's taught workshops, self-guided tours and interactive activities. Visits can be tailored to suit Key Stages 2, 3 and 4. If you visit Dickens' Museum on Wednesday you could also take part in guided Dickensian walk of London - highly recommended!
Day trip by Coach, from just £49 per person
An opportunity to explore the house where Charles Dickens lived and take part in The Author's Craft Workshop.
Dickensian London walk. A guided walk through the evocative streets of old London including a sample of readings from Dickens' works and even a visit to his favourite tavern.
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Charles Dickens' London
This is a day trip, and so no accommodation is required. However, let us know if you would like to extend this trip, or include the day in a longer trip to London.