Charles Dickens lived in this house from 1837 to 1839 and wrote Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby whilst living here. Manuscripts, rare editions, personal items, paintings and other visual sources as well as a research library are among the highlights of the Museum’s holdings. The Museum is based at 48 Doughty Street in the heart of Bloomsbury in Charles Dickens’s only surviving London house. We offer visitors the chance to experience what Dickens’s home would have been like when he lived here as well as learn more about the life and works of the great novelist and social commentator.
Entrance - Ramp and Handrails Disabled access lift – This allows access to four of our five floors, the attic can be accessed via stairs.
Disabled bathroom located on first floor - accessible via the access lift or via stairs.
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- Audio Described
- Carer Discount
- Disabled Access
- Induction Loop
- Large Print
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