Catherine and Charles Dickens sure knew how to throw a dinner party. Inviting friends, family and important guests, they made the most out of their evenings. Attendees would be treated to impressive table displays, engaging conversation and most importantly to Dickens, food which also represented moral and emotional meaning to him.
You can now have a glimpse into the past, either as a servant or a guest. Interact with puzzles, sample smells and hear soundscapes. Find out how a dinner party might have been prepared and explore Dickens house to learn more about the great writer himself through the objects he owned and how he enjoyed sharing food with those around him.
Visit the website for more information on the Dickens Museum and to buy tickets.