A Walk Around Charles Dickens' London
This literary Walk will guide you through the Victorian streets of London to many of the places that Dickens and his characters knew well.
See the London of Oliver Twist, David Copperfield and Little Nell, and sites such as the Old Curiosity Shop, Fagin’s Den and Bleak House, as well as the site of the Blacking Factory where the young Dickens worked, two London’s historic Inns of Court which appear in Dickens’ novels — Gray’s Inn, where Dickens worked as a legal clerk, and Lincoln’s Inn.
See the Roman Bath where as a boy, Dickens regularly played and bathed, visit the Dickens House Museum where Dickens lived and wrote several of his most famous novels, visit one of Dickens’ favourite places in London, which he called an “Oasis of Tranquility”. Visit one of Dickens’ favourite restaurants and one of his regular pubs.
The guide also includes Rudyard Kipling’s House and the site of Sweeney Todd’s Barber’s Shop.
|Publication Date||5 Jun 2001|