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Charles Dickens House

  • English National Heritage: Charles Dickens House And Attached Railings

  • Address: 48 Doughty St
  • Vicinity: S of Gilford St
  • Neighborhood of Bloomsbury in London
  • Hours: TUES - SUN and most Monday Bank Holidays:11:00am - 5:00pm, Last admission is at 4pm.
  • Phone: 20 7405 2127
  • Travel Genus: Sight , Visit
  • Sight Category: Museum
  • Activity Category: Tour
  • Available for private functions


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Timeline

Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
1809/00/00 Dicken's townhouse is built c 1807-1809 of darkened stock brick with slate mansard roof and dormer. Lead rainwater head and pipe are original.
1837/02/00 R Bentley Publisher "Oliver Twist" is serilized in Bentley's Miscellany from February 1837 to April 1839 and published in book form in 1838. "Oliver Twist" was written at 48 Doughty St. Oliver Twist (book)
1837/02/00 Charles Dickens Author "Oliver Twist" is serilized in Bentley's Miscellany from February 1837 to April 1839 and published in book form in 1838. "Oliver Twist" was written at 48 Doughty St. Oliver Twist (book)
1837/03/25 Charles Dickens Home The Dickens family move to Doughty St.
1837/05/07 Charles Dickens Life After returning from a performance of "Is She His Wife?" at the St James's Theatre (lost) with the Dickens couple, Mary Hogarth, Charles' sister-in-law, dies at the Dickens family home.
1839/12/00 The Dickens family quit their Doughty St residence.

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Particulars for Charles Dickens House:
Sight Category Building
Museum Type Historical Museum
Area of Significance Literature
Criteria Person
Owner Private
Building Type Row, Terrace House
Historic Use Single dwelling

Data
English National Heritage List Entry No: 1356735


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