Tucked in the Bloomsbury neighborhood of London is a little bit of Victorian-era heaven, the home of one Charles Dickens, now a museum honoring the great author. As a lifelong Dickens fan, I can tell you that walking into his home, where he wrote some of him most iconic works, is a truly awe-inspiring experience. A visit to the Charles Dickens Museum is a must for any admirer of his work or any fan of great books.

About the Charles Dickens Museum: “Welcome to the Charles Dickens Museum in London. This is where the author wrote Oliver Twist, Pickwick Papers and Nicholas Nickleby. It’s where he first achieved international fame as one of the world’s greatest storytellers. Visit us to discover the Dickens family home. Uncover the private world behind the author’s public image. Explore his study, the family bedchambers, and the servants’ quarters below stairs. See treasures including Dickens’s desk, handwritten drafts from the novels he wrote here, and his young wife’s engagement ring. Walk through rooms dressed with their furniture, table ware, portraits, marble busts, china ornaments and paintings.

Plan your trip and visit the Charles Dickens Museum online here.