The Charles Dickens Museum
- 48 Doughty Street. London WC1N 2LX
- +44 (0)20 7405 2127
- Opening times
- Tuesday-Sunday, 10.00-17.00. Last admission 16.00. Closed on Mondays
- Adults £9.50, Concessions (students and seniors) £7.50, Child (6 - 16) £4.50, Child under 6 Free. Free entry for Art Pass holders
- Closest station
- Russell Square, Chancery Lane
The Charles Dickens Museum is the historic family home of Charles Dickens in London
The beautiful Georgian terraced house is where Charles Dickens wrote Oliver Twist, Pickwick Papers and Nicholas Nickleby and the home where he started his family life. While living here, Dickens first achieved international fame as one of the world’s greatest storytellers.
Visit the Museum to step back in time and discover the Dickens family home. Uncover the private world behind the author’s public image. Explore his study, the family bedchambers, and the servants’ quarters below stairs. See treasures including Dickens’s desk, handwritten drafts from the novels he wrote here, and his young wife’s engagement ring. Experience authentic period rooms dressed with Dickens's own personal possessions, and a wealth of inspiring artefacts including portraits, marble busts, china ornaments and paintings.
Make sure you visit our shop for a range of unique gifts and special memories and enjoy our wonderful garden cafe for a delicious selection of coffees, teas, cakes and light lunches