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Dr Samuel Johnson's House

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Dr Johnston House is one of the few surviving late 17th century Georgian building. The house is now a museum in memory of Samuel Johnson, who lived here from 1748-59 and compiled his Dictionary.
He did not have time to see his reputation and did not make any money, his life was dodge by debts.
In the museum you can find a collection of books, first editions of the Dictionary, letters, prints and portraits. There is alo a Wedgwood medaillon of Dr Johnson as well as a stain Glass. The house id really pretty ans well maintain, you are in the heart of the city, but it was so quiet!.

Closed on Sudays.
A small fee is required on Entrance.
Nearest Tube: Blackfriars (also National rail) or Chancery lane.
Situated in a small alleyway by Fleet street.

Address: 17 Gough Suare EC4

United Kingdom
Phone: + int+44 2073533745
Price: budget

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