Study in Charles Dickens Museum with large Victorian wooden writing desk against red wall

Charles Dickens Museum audio-described guide

Take an audio-described tour of the Charles Dickens Museum, the Georgian townhouse in London where Dickens and his family lived from 1837 to 1839. During that time he completed The Pickwick Papers and Oliver Twist,  and wrote Nicholas Nickleby. Explore the five floors of the house, complete with Victorian décor, Dickens’ personal items, and many stories about the man and his family.