Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum.
Breadmarket Street, Lichfield Staff WS13 6LG Tel 01542 264972

The house in which Dr Samuel Johnson was born in 1709 is an imposing building in the centre of the charming cathedral city of Lichfield. It now houses a museum dedicated to the life, work and personality of one of England's greatest writers and most fascinating characters. The museum has; Tableaux rooms showing house in early 18c, A video of Johnson's life in the Midlands, many personal belongings, a bookshop, a reading room, manuscripts of Johnson. It also offers an information service on all aspects of life and work of Johnson.
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The house is in the centre of Lichfield facing the heritage centre. Lichfield, although very charming, is a very very small city. Lichfield is off the A51 and A38 a few miles north east of Birmingham.

Daily 10.30-4.30. Closed Sundays in winter.

Ground floor only.

Adults 1.20 Family (2 adults and up to 4 children) 3.20

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