Charles Dickens in Kent

Last year’s 2012 bicentenary celebrations of Charles Dickens’ birth  crystalised a whole new appreciation of the author. Trace Dickens’ footsteps in London and in Kent and see the places that gave him so much inspiration. During 2013 a new museum is planned to open at his old home in Gad’s Hill near Rochester or as the aficionados know it – Cloisterham.

You need to know that your tour guides know their Dickens from their Thackeray – South East Tour Guides are  members of the internationally acclaimed Dickens Fellowship. Follow scenes from Pickwick Papers, Great Expectations and the unfinished  Mystery of Edwin Drood through the Kentish countryside.

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