Discover the life and times of Samuel Johnson, the great man of letters famous for writing 'A Dictionary of the English Language' in 1755.
Explore an atmospheric historic house, including period room settings, introductory film, interactive exhibits and fun for families. The house tells the story of the colourful life and major achievements of Lichfield's most famous son from troubled childhood, through literary obscurity and financial poverty, to world renown and success.
A range of events and activities is held throughout the year, and book-lovers can browse the well-stocked Johnson family bookshop.
Hearing loop in key places
Visual alarm system
Credit cards accepted
Gift shop on site
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