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.
Our Suggested Itinerary
Day trip from £49pp.
Depart school and travel to London.
Explore the house where Charles Dickens lived! Here, students with learn about Dickens' life, times and writings through the museum's many resources. There's a variety of different visits on offer here, and the activities can be tailored to suit Key Stages 1-4, through to A Level. Let us know if you'd like to include a workshop or educational session and we'll suggest the most appropriate option for your group.
Take part in a walk through the evocative streets of old London, with a guided Dickensian London walking tour. The walk includes sample readings of Dickens' works and a visit to this favourite tavern.
Journey back to school.
If you would like to extend this day trip, or add any additional visits to the itinerary, click on Request a Quote now to let us know.
If you prefer, you could give us a call on 0121 271 0121 or send a quick email to [email protected]