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Charles Dickens' Birthplace Museum is a writer's house museum in Landport, Portsmouth, England situated at the birthplace of the eminent English author Charles Dickens; and as such played a prominent part in the 2012 bicentennial celebrations. It is one of six museums run by Portsmouth Museums, part of Portsmouth City Council.
|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
When we came it wasn't open so make sure you check the photos to see if the date you are visiting means the museum is open.
Lovely place to visit on a day out - well worth the walk from the busier parts of town. Nice, peaceful road to walk down then into a beautiful house that really captures the feel of a different period. Worth reading all the display boards. The shop downstairs has some nice gifts and souvenirs. The staff were very helpful and eager to chat!
Lovely staff, most friendly, great little shop. Great items to view, a most unassuming little place to find but we'll worth a visit lovely place
If you love Sickens it's fascinating, if you don't it won't be your favorite place
Really intersting and good book shop
The security guard caught me licking a fossilized biscuit that Dickens half fed a dinosaur. Chucked me out and tasted pretty bad.
Lovely wee museum. Staff are very friendly.
I had the best of times and the worse of times....seriously, worth a visit if you are in the region