Dickensian London Walks
The Charles Dickens Museum is pleased to offer visitors a selection of ways to explore not just Dickens’s home but also the streets of the city that inspired him!
Join our guided walk through the evocative streets of old London that Dickens knew so well. This atmospheric walk will let visitors explore some of the history and legend surrounding Dickens, a sample of readings from his works and even a visit to his favourite tavern!
Our guide will collect you from the Charles Dickens Museum and take you on a memorable stroll through the back streets and alleyways of Dickensian London!
Please note that the ticket for the Dickensian London Walk does not include admission to the Museum.
Wednesdays: 11am and 5pm
The walk will depart from:
Charles Dickens Museum
You will bid farewell outside St Paul’s Cathedral.
The walk is approximately 2 hours long.
Please come into the shop to sign in, the tour guide will then meet you outside the Museum.
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