Number 48 Doughty Street was an important place in the Charles Dickens's life where he lived from 1837 until 1839. He described it as 'my house in town'.
Charles Dickens's house museum occupies a typical Georgian terraced house which was the novelist home from 25 March 1837 to December 1839.
The Charles Dickens Museum hosts the world’s biggest collection relating to Dickens, including letters, pictures, first editions, furniture, memorabilia and lovingly restored rooms.
Manuscripts and personal items displayed in author's former home, where he wrote Oliver Twist.
Broadstairs is famous for having Charles dickens spend time here, hence the museum in his honour
“Street is great for food as well as some funky design shops in the area..good for presents.”
“Compact, modern bar down an alleyway, serving Polish beers and classic cuisine, plus choice vodkas.”
“Light-filled, glass-fronted cafe with teapot lampshades, for light lunches, cake and afternoon tea. ”
“Bloomsbury Coffee House is a daytime basement café that solves this problem. Owned by a young couple, the café has two rooms, wooden floors and quaintly mismatched furniture and crockery. ”