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What the Dickens is there to do in London?

In the 200th year of Charles Dickens' birth, fans of the classic English writer can visit number 48 Doughty Street – The Charles Dickens Museum and one time home of the writer – following its introduction into the London Pass.
As a result of customer feedback, the museum, where Dickens penned some of his best-known novels including Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby, joins over 60 other top attractions including St Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London and The Churchill War Rooms included in the London Pass.

The Charles Dickens Museum allows visitors to take a step back in time and see how the house might have looked whilst the writer and his family lived there between 1837 and 1839. Rooms are decorated in an early Victorian style and feature many of Dickens personal possessions including manuscripts, letters and portraits.  

The addition of The Charles Dickens Museum to the London Pass coincides with the unveiling of the brand new 2014 guidebook. Along with the new attraction, the city sightseeing pass has added more money saving offers including;
  · 15% discount for all waffle lovers at Wafflemeister branches in London
· Free tea or coffee with every cake at Candy Cakes at all five locations across the capital
· 20% off food or drink walking tours with Mind the Gaps tours for those who want to explore London on foot
· 25% off sunglasses from Sunglass Hut branches in the capital when another pair is bought at full price  

Available for one to six days, the London Pass is a sightseeing card providing tourists with entry to over 60 of the city’s top attractions. The convenient and affordable pre-paid pass is designed to help visitors make the most of their stay in the city, with hassle-free entry to tourist destinations, hidden gems and special offers at selected retail outlets, theatres and cafes.  

A one-day London Pass costs £47 for adults and £30 for a child. A two-day London Pass costs £64 for adults (£47 for children aged between five and 15 years), three-day passes are £77 for adults and £53 for children and a six-day option costs £102 for adults and £72 for children.  

Check out all the activities on offer with the London Sightseeing Pass at The website includes a London map tool to plan visits, details on all the featured attractions, and comprehensive information on special offers that are exclusive to London Pass holders such as commission-free currency exchange.  

The London Pass iPhone app is available to download from the iTunes App Store. The revamped app is now free to download for all.     

For more information and to buy a London Pass visit

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