The Charles Dickens Museum

48 Doughty Street, London, London, UK, WC1N 2LX .
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Opened in 1925 on 48 Doughty Street, The Charles Dickens Museum is the original home of Charles Dickens and his family. They lived there between April 1837 and December 1839. The Museum is a major attraction welcoming visitors from all over the world in an impressive, authentic space. Divided on four floors, the Museum attracts the visitors that can admire manuscrips, paintings, and even original furniture as well as personal belonging of one of the most popular and successful writer of the Victorian age.

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