This is the home of the writer of the dictionary Dr Samuel Johnson. I found this place because i am a National Trust member and Dr Johnson's House is one of their partners so we got 50% of the entry fee. This house is in a very quite area on the street, but there are plenty of signs pointing you towards the museum, you have to ring the doorbell to be let in. You start in the reception room and work your way up each floor. You learn who Dr Johnson was, and see his library and bedrooms. This is a nice museum, there is a audio guide available for an extra fee, unfortunately when i bought my tickets they did not offer this to us, so i do not know if this adds to the experience.
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