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Doing your own Charles Dickens-themed tour in London may mean only skimming over the sites linked to the Victorian-era author. This private half-day guided tour steers you smoothly between the sights, and reveals details about Dickens’ work and characters for a more enriching experience than if alone. Find spots such as the Olde Curiosity Shop, explore Dickens’ house-turned-museum in Bloomsbury, and more. Entrance fees and tube tickets at your expense.
Retrace the footsteps of Charles Dickens on a private tour in London
Dig deeper into Dickens’ life and works with a guide for insight and tales
Roam areas that inspired him, visit the Charles Dickens Museum, and more
Includes on-foot hotel or Borough tube pickup; museum and tube tickets extra
I booked this tour for my daughter, a huge Dickens fan. What a delight it was! Our guide was Stephen and he was great. Very knowledgeable and funny. He took us places few tourists will see. Down back alleyways, entering into a hidden garden. A hidden cemetery. We lucked out and had a private tour - just my daughter and me and Stephen and Richard who was shadowing him. They both took time to take our pictures and slowed down for me numerous times. While the tour seems long, at three hours, it actually went by pretty quick. The tour ends at the Charles Dickens House, which was perfect. You really don't want to miss this tour. One of the highlights of our London visit.