Charles Dickens' former residence turned museum by the Dickens Fellowship, allows us an inside glance into the author's most productive workspace. Here he completed not only Oliver Twist, but Nicholas Nickleby and the Pickwick Papers. The museum itself, a typical Georgian home, is arranged as if Dickens had never left. Besides rare editions and manuscripts, the museum houses the world’s most significant collection of Dickens’ paintings and other items relating to his life and work.
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