The Homes and Haunts of Charles Dickens, from water colors by Paul Braddon.
Gad’s Hill Place, where Dickens lived from 1856-1870, and where he died on June 9, 1870.
The Eastgate, Rochester, “All my early readings and early imaginations dated from this place.”
Tavistock House, where Bleak House was written.
Rochester Castle, and the graveyard where Dickens wished to be buried.
House of the Six Poor Travellers, Rochester, a 16th century charity house that inspired Dickens’ short story “The Seven Poor Travellers.”
No. 1, Devonshire Terrace, Regent’s Park, where David Copperfield was written.
Landport, Portsmouth, where Dickens was born February 7, 1812.
The Old Curiosity Shop, the antique shop that was thought to have inspired the Dickens’ novel of the same name. It was so named after the release of the book in 1841.