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LITERARY LONDON

LONDON

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STEPHANIE YODER

SAYULITA, NAYARIT, MEXICO

London has given life to many famous writers over the years, from Virginia Woolf to TS Eliot, Charles Dickens to Zadie Smith. This walk will take you through some of the biggest literary highlights in the Bloomsbury area- London's literary hot spot.

  • 2.1 MILES
  • 5 STOPS
  • 2 FAVORITES

TOUR FEATURES

  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Dog Friendly
  • Drink
  • Food
  • Historic
  • Kid Friendly
  • Nightlife
  • Scenic
  • Shopping
  • Vigorous/ Excercise
  • STOPS
1

CHARLES DICKENS MUSEUM

SEE A small house museum in the home where Charles Dickens wrote Oliver Twist, and Nicholas Nickleby.

2

BRITISH MUSEUM

SEE The British Museum's central Reading Room has been the workplace for everyone from Karl Marx to HG Wells, Bram Stoker and...

3

GORDON SQUARE

SEE Virginia Woolf once lived on this square, making it a frequent meeting place for the famous literary Bloomsbury Group

4

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON

SEE London's first secular university, established in 1826. Famous philosopher Jeremy Bentham's skeleton is on display in the...

5

BRITISH LIBRARY

SEE The gorgeous British Library is the second largest library in the world. Check out their awesome gift shop and museum of...

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