King Arthur’s Fake Table at Winchester

Visit Winchester Great Hall to find out why King Arthur’s Round Table hangs on the wall and which monarch had it painted with his own likeness.

Chawton: Jane Austen’s Happy Place

Visit the Jane Austen’s House Museum in Chawton where Jane lived with her sister and mother on her brother’s property. Then walk to the Chawton House Library to trace Jane’s path to her brother’s inherited home. Take tea at Cassandra’s Cup and stay in the Chawton Garden House Airbnb.

A Five-Story Book-Lover’s Paradise: Waterstones, London

The five-story Waterstones bookstore at Piccadilly Circus in London knows exactly how to persuade a book-lover to stay there all day.

Step into the 1800s in Charles Dickens’ First London Home

Visit the Charles Dickens Museum in London to discover how closely the author based his character David Copperfield on his own life.

Book List: Fictional London

The best list of fiction books for your next trip to London, England. Visit statues, museums, and other experiences related to the books during your vacation.

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