Charles Dickens Museum gives us a glimpse of Christmas Past

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Charles Dickens Museum gives us a glimpse of Christmas Past

The former home of Charles Dickens has been given a festive makeover.

48 Doughty Street in Bloomsbury, where the author wrote Oliver Twist, is now a Museum, and curators have spent this week digging up artifacts from Dickens' life during the holiday season.

It's all to create a scene that looks like one you'd find in probably his most famous work, a Christmas Carol. 

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