Charles Dickens Museum is a museum, about the world famous author Charles Dickens, situated in the city of London.
This indoor attraction is set in a house once owned by Charles Dickens, the only house belonging to him remaining standing. It contains the world’s most important collection of Dickens related artefacts with a collection of over 1000 items. Furnished in early Victorian style, set in around 1839, the time when Dickens lived here, the things visitors can see include personal items, manuscripts, letters, paintings and rare edition books. Costumed tours for an additional charge are available on the third Saturday of the month (normal admission starts at 1pm on these days).
- Gift shop.
- Café serving light lunches, snacks, cakes and speciality teas and coffees.
- Tuesday to Sunday: 10am – 5pm
- Last admission is at 4pm
- Closed on Mondays except for Bank Holidays
- December open seven days of the week
- Adult – £9.00
- Concession (Students and Seniors) – £7.00
- Child (6-16 years) – £4.00
- Children (under 6 years) – Free
Prices and opening hours correct as at March 2018.
Before you start your journey to Charles Dickens Museum for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.