Walk around the Charles Dickens Museum… after dark

Address:
Charles Dickens Museum, 48 Doughty Street, London 51.523599 -0.116263
Dates & Time:
Timed tickets from 6.30 PM
Tickets & Cost:
£15
See dickensmuseum.com
Telephone:
The contact number for Charles Dickens Museum is +44 (0) 207 405 2127
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Buses:
The following bus routes go near Charles Dickens Museum: 7, 17, 19, 38, 45, 46, 55, 243
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Trains:
The best London underground train stations to visit Charles Dickens Museum are Chancery Lane Russell Square
Note: The actual closest train station to Charles Dickens Museum is Russell Square
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Travel back to Victorian times and experience Charles Dickens' beautifully restored home after dark: in dim light, with just a few lamps and candles.

Dickens often wrote by candlelight and was fascinated by the effects created by flames, calling it "a ruddy, homely, brilliant glow".

You will be able to walk around the beautifully furnished interiors, see the desk where he penned many of his best works, and listen to some stories about the dearly departed (it is Halloween, after all!) — they'll even have some clairvoyants to help you uncover the mysteries of the future.

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