Charles Dickens Museum based on Charles Dickens who wrote some of his most classic works including Oliver Twist, The Pickwick Papers and Nicholas Nickleby.
Charles Dickens Museum is popular among literature-loving tourists. This museum is located in the home that Dickens lived in between 1837 and 1839.
London has a great tradition for writing and Charles Dickens was undoubtedly the city’s greatest and most popular author. Dickens wrote some of his most classic works, including Oliver Twist, The Pickwick Papers and Nicholas Nickleby.
The Museum opened in 1925 and over the museum’s four floors can see paintings, manuscripts, original furniture and rare editions.
Charles Dickens Museum: Opening hours and admission ticket prices
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm. Last admission 4pm. In December, open all seven days of the week.
Admission ticket prices: Adult: £9.00, Concessions (Students and Seniors): £7.00, Child 6-16 years: £4.00, Children under 6 years: Free
Buy tickets online or the venue. For group booking, contact them first. Visit the website for today’s ticket prices and opening hours
Address Car Parking and Nearest Tube to Charles Dickens Museum
Address: 48 Doughty Street, Holborn, London WC1N 2LX
Telephone and Email: 020 7405 2127 Email. [email protected]
Nearest Tube and Bus: Tube- Russell Square (Piccadilly Line), Chancery Lane or Holborn (Central Line) or Kings Cross St Pancras Bus- Bus numbers 7, 17, 19, 38, 45, 46, 55, 243. Please visit the Journey Planner of Transport for London to see how to get here
Car Parking: Metered Car Parking is available outside the museum.