Went to this museum with a group of people and I have to say I was a little disappointed. It seems to be mainly centered around a shop, a cafe and a video about Charles Dickens. Over and above that there are a few rooms to wander through and a few things to look at but very much. And there are not a great deal of descriptions for things either. I know they are doing a revam which will be ready towards the end of 2012 so maybe they ad packed things away, I am not sure. For anyone just generally interested in history there wasn't much there. If you are a Charles Dickens afficiendo then you may have a great time - though I wouldn't bet on it. I also know they are self-funded which probably explains the ticket price, but for what we got I thought it was very steep.
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