Dickens Museum London.

The Charles Dickens Museum in London holds the world’s most important collection of material relating to the great novelist and social campaigner. A Georgian terraced house in Bloomsbury, the Museum attracts visitors from around the world. The rare books, paintings, photographs and memorabilia on display here give a unique insight into the life and work of the author. Select pictures for larger size.


Charles Dickens Museum
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at the Charles Dickens Museum.  From Sloane Square underground station turn right and head down Bernard Street. Continue onto Brunswick Square and at the end of the road turn right into Landsdowne Terrace and then left into Guilford Street. Walk on a few blocks then turn right into Doughty STREET. The museum will be on your left.
48 Doughty St, London WC1N 2LXOpen daily · 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Food and drinks  10am-4pm.

http://www.dickensmuseum.com/

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Retrace your steps to Guilford Street and turn right. Turn left at the Grays Inn Road to soon find the Calthorpe Arms on your right.

The Calthorpe Arms.

Calthorpe Arms

252 Grays Inn Road, London. WC1X 8JR  Opening Times: Mon to Sat - 11:00 'til 23:30
Sun 12:00 'til 22:30.  Food Times: Mon to Sat - 12:00 'til 14:30. 18:00 'til 21:30
Sun 12:00 'til 14:30  
Free Wifi. Single traditional victorian bar downstairs with another room upstairs. Really good value food served lunchtime and evening plus Sunday lunch.

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http://youngstenancies.com/pub-detail.asp?PubID=265&image=1

Customer:- Good friendly pub. A choice of Youngs draught and bottled ales.  Kevin 25th June 2015. Score 8/10

Return down Grays Inn road crossing Calthorpe street and continue until you reach the Blue Lion on your right.


The Blue LionThe Blue Lion

133 Grays Inn Rd,  WC1X 8TU Open Mon to Fri from noon. Food served 12-3 and 6-10.
Large room with a central bar. Pool table in a cosy area to the side. Food very good if slightly pricey.

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http://the-blue-lion.co.uk/

Turn left out of the pub, retracing your steps to turn right into Calthorpe Street to find the Pakenham Arms on your left.


The Pakenham Arms

The Pakenham Arms
1 Pakenham Street, Kings Cross, WC1X 0LA Open from 10:30am all day Mon-Sat, Sun noon.  Free Wifi and a good range of beers and whiskies. Good friendly local. Pool Table.

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https://www.facebook.com/ThePakenhamArms

Retrace your steps down Calthorpe Street, continuing into Guilford Street and turn left into Millman Street to soon find the Rugby Tavern.

The Rugby Tavern

The Rugby Tavern. 19 Great James St, London WC1N 3ES  Open from 11am Mon-Fri, closed Sat-Sun. Free Wifi.  Traditional pub with horseshoe bar, built on land donated by the founder of Rugby School. a great pub with a terrific atmosphere and nice locals. Shepherd Neame Ales.

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http://www.shepherdneame.co.uk/pubs/london/rugby-tavern

Turn left out of the pub and head down Rugby Street. At the end turn right inmto Lambs Conduit Street and walk on to find the Lamb on your right. This route takes you through an exciting area of food outlets and specialist shops.


The Lamb, London

The Lamb94 Lamb's Conduit St, London WC1N 3LZ Open noon daily.
This beautifully preserved, Grade II listed Victorian pub still has the etched glass snob screens in place above the bar. These frosted glass snob screens were popular in the 1890s and hid the customer from the publican when they ordered their drinks, but the hinges still allowed the the bar staff to check on the customers without disturbing their privacy. Courage Directors, Youngs beers. Food served all day.
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http://www.youngs.co.uk/pubs/lamb


Walk on in the same direction to Guilford Street and turn left. Turn right into Landsdowne Terrace and then turn left to Russel Square station.


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