More! Oliver Twist, Dickens and Stories of the City - Walking tour to the Dickens Museum

This self-guided walking tour reveals details of the local area that inspired Charles Dickens as he wrote Oliver Twist. Led by Ollie Dickens (the great-great-great grandson of the writer), the tour will take just over half an hour. It leaves from Clerkenwell Green and ends at the Charles Dickens Museum

Click here for a map of the route and stops.

With special thanks to Mansel David, Sahil, Annabel Adcock and Cindy Sughrue for their contributions to this tour.

Introduction

Stop 1, Clerkenwell Green

Stop 2, Saffron Hill and Field Lane

Stop 3, 54 Hatton Garden

Stop 4, Gray's Inn Road

Stop 5, 48 Doughty Street / The Charles Dickens Museum

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