London's hidden museums and libraries

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The quirkier and unsung enclaves of curios in the capital

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Charles Dickens Museum

With just a small plaque to mark it out from its neighbours, it's easy to miss the only surviving London house where Dickens lived, from 1837-1839. There are four floors of Dickens material in this townhouse, decorated as it would have been during his tenancy, from posters advertising his public speaking to rare editions of his work.

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