This is the house that Samuel Johnson lived in while working on his great Dictionary. It is devoted to displays of portraits and items associated with the Doctor, no special efforts to recreate the furniture or domestic goods as it would have been as a dwelling, but the building itself has been restored to its condition at the time. Displays emphasise the range of his acquaintanceship. Aimed at those who are already know something of his life and work.
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