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Charles Dickens Museum

  • Camden
  • London
  • Holborn
48 Doughty Street, Londen WC1N 2LX, UK
2 - 60 Persons
2 Rooms
Own catering is possible

Charles Dickens Museum

Self catering allowed
Wi-Fi available

Number 48 Doughty Street was an important place in Charles Dickens's life where he resided from 1837 until 1839. Dickens described the terraced Georgian dwelling as 'my house in town'.

Two of his daughters were born here, his sister-in-law Mary died aged 17 in an upstairs bedroom and some of Dickens’s best-loved novels were written here, including  Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby. However Dickens required more space for his growing family and moved to 1 Devonshire Terrace in 1839. The house remained a residential property, but was threatened with demolition in 1923, when the Dickens Fellowship acquired it. The Museum was opened in 1925 and has become the home of the world’s finest Dickens-related collection.

The Museum is a registered charity (No. 212127) and governed by an independent Trust.


In the centre
Near public transport

A beautiful Georgian house in the heart of Bloomsbury:

Charles Dickens Museum
48 Doughty Street,
London, WC1N 2LX

Transport details
By bus: 7, 17, 19, 38, 45, 46, 55, 243
Underground: Russell Square (Piccadilly Line), Chancery Lane or Holborn (Central Line) or Kings Cross St Pancras

Contact details
Telephone: 020 7405 2127


Museum Hireja----60-60

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Metered parking nearby, and Car Parks.


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