We visited this attraction on a friday at 11.00am. It is only open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday during summer for some reason. We were welcomed and directed into the basement area where the official start of the tour is located. This area also has a shop where you can buy almost anything Dickens related, a treasure trove of usual and unusual items. There is an informative introduction to the tour and you then make your way around the house. Each room has information on it's contents and use and the rooms are full of furniture and household items true to the Dickens period of occupation although few were owned by the Dickens family. If you are a Dickens fan or history buff the museum is excellent. It brings the early years and family life of Charles Dickens alive and is well worth a visit.
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