We visited this former home of Charles Dickens on our recent trip to London. It is in a very nice neighborhood and you can almost envision the horse drawn carriages passing by. The home itself has been kept much as it probably was when Mr. Dickens himself lived there. You can see how he must have lived, and see one of his desks that he probably spent many hours at, writing under the lamplight. Each room has interesting facts posted and cool objects to look at. Don't miss the hedgehog in the kitchen! There is a nice little gift shop, and a cafe attached to the back garden, which was a nice spot to sit and reflect on the sunny day that were visited. This is a very nice museum and well worth a visit. There was so much atmosphere here, I wanted to raise a bowl and say "Please sir, I want some more."
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