The Charles Dickens Museum hosts the world’s biggest collection relating to Dickens, including letters, pictures, first editions, furniture, memorabilia and lovingly restored rooms.
The famous novelist lived here from 1837 to 1839, and it was in this house at 48 Doughty Street that he wrote his masterpiece Oliver Twist, achieving international recognition as one of Britain’s best storytellers. Immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere of Dicken’s family home and don’t miss the regular temporary exhibitions.
Prices and Opening Times
|Child Ticket||Up to £4.00 per ticket|
|Concession Ticket||£6.00 per ticket|
|Adult Ticket||£9.00 per ticket|
Children under 6 years enter free.
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Tuesday - Sunday 10:00-17:00
. Last admission at 16:00.
Closed on Mondays except Bank Holidays
All visits by groups of 10 people or more must be booked in advance.
The Charles Dickens Museum
48 Doughty StreetLondonWC1N 2LX
- +44 (0)20 7405 2127
- Public transport:
- Turn right out of the station and then follow the signs.
Facilities & Accessibility
- Access Inside Building Facilities
- Steps within building
- Catering Facilities