Mr Monkey's home page Sitemap

Mr Monkey visits the Charles Dickens Museum, 17th March

"He was a busy person, that Mr Dickens"

Mr Monkey outside the Charles Dickens Museum Mr Monkey in the entrance hall of 48 Doughty Street

Mr Monkey scampered along Doughty Street, which used to have gates at each end to keep people out. Charles Dickens lived at number 48 from March 1837 to December 1839. His published works while he lived here included the last six parts of the Pickwick Papers, all of Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby, and a few chapters of Barnaby Rudge. Mr Monkey inspected the blue plaque to be sure he'd got the right place, then rang the door bell and went into the house.

You can read about the museum at the Charles Dickens Museum website.

Leave the museum and go to the previous London picture - Next picture

Return to Mr Monkey visits the Charles Dickens Museum 

Copyright Rik Shepherd and Mr Monkey. This page last modified 30 March 2007