1. United Kingdom
  2. South East England
  3. London

London: Dickens Walking Tour

Product ID: 97890
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Travel back in time to the London that Charles Dickens used to know and follow in the footsteps of one of the most famous writers in the history of literature. Get to explore the locations the writer knew and inspired his beautiful stories.
About this activity
Duration 105 minutes
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Live tour guide
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

Experience

Highlights
  • Be guided by a world expert on the life and works of Charles Dickens
  • Listen to beautiful quotes and stories
  • Visit the sites that are mentioned in his world-famous stories such as "The Pickwick Papers," "Our Mutual Friend," "Oliver Twist" and many other books
Full description
Step back into a bygone era and get ready to learn about the wondrous life of Charles Dickens, beginning with his troubled childhood and ending with his breakthrough as an world renowned author. Visit some fragments of London that Charles Dickens not only knew but which he wrote about in his beautiful stories and gain an insight into the years that helped him into becoming a grand personality. 

Your guide will lead you through twisted alleyways and show you buildings and places including remains of the prison his father was incarcerated in. Listen to fascinating facts and beautiful quotes, while walking through ancient corners of London and enjoying breathtaking views of London’s skyline along the River Thames. 

During the walking tour, you will journey back to the 19th century and be amazed by some of the remarkable sites Dickens once knew, visited and wrote about. 
Includes
  • Professional guide
What’s Not Included
  • Gratuities (optional)

Prepare for the activity

Important information
Know before you go
• A moderate amount of walking is involved
• This tour will go ahead come rain or shine, so please wear comfortable and weather appropriate walking shoes and clothing
Not available
Currently it is not possible to book this product due to its limited availability.
Organized by

Traditional Tours UK

Product ID: 97890