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  • Dept. 56 Dickens' Village Oxford's Tom Tower New 2022
    Tom Tower is the bell tower in Oxford, England and houses the "Great Tom" bell, the loudest bell in the city. The stone tower was designed by Christopher Wren and built in 1681-2, the bell is older than the tower...
  • Dept. 56 Dickens' Village St James Hall
    St. James Hall was a large concert hall, opened in 1858, and could seat 2,000 people. In 1868, Charles Dickens presented a final series of "Farewell Readings," at the hall. The program was devoted to "Doctor Marigold" (from the Christmas...
  • Dept. 56 Dickens' Village Rooster Inn
    Travelers stop at the "Rooster Inn" for a pint of ale and a bowl of soup. It's place to gather, share the latest news and gossip and learn about the events of the day. Travelers can rent a room above...
  • Dept. 56 Dickens' Village St. Pancras Old Church Retired
    "Saint Pancras Old Church" is a parish church in Somers Town, Central London. It is believed to be the oldest site of Christian worship in England and may date back to the 1500s
  • Ramsgate Lighthouse & Nightwatch Dept. 56 Dickens Village
    The Dickens' Village Ramsgate Lighthouse as we know it, was built in 1842. It overlooks the English Channel where visitors get breathtaking views of the sea and the boats that travel in and out of the harbour. The Nightwatch raises...
  • Otto Of Roses Perfumery & Perfect Fragrance Dept. 56 Dickens Village
    History tells us that Perfumeries originally sold oils and pomanders to keep undesirable odors at bay. Later they became part of the cosmetic industry and were used by men and women of high society. This accessory features a shopkeeper showing...
  • Dept. 56 Dickens' Village Huffam Fields Farm
    Named for one of Charles Dickens' middle names (he had two), Charles John Huffam Dickens. Huffam Fields Farm is a handsome cobblestone barn that was typical of those built by gentlemen farmers in England in the 19th century.  
  • Dept. 56 Dickens' Village Covent Garden Manor
    Covent Garden is a district in London, on the eastern fringes of the West End, between St Martin's Lane and Drury Lane. This manor house is a fine example of the upscale homes found in this area.  
  • Cornhill Shops & Last Minute Shopping Dept. 56 A Christmas Carol
    Housed in Cornhill Shoppes is a high-end custom Milliner and William & Son Bespoke Tailer. The word bespoke means that each garment is made from a custom pattern and assures that the fit is perfect. Cornhill is one of the 25 wards...
  • All the most discerning ladies come here to have their gowns made and altered. And for those in need of a finely crafted wig or hairpiece, visit the wig shop on the second story. With her new and fashionable dress...
  • Ye Olde Goat Pub & Drinking Mates Dept. 56 Dickens Village
    With tradtional tudor-style exposed beams, Ye Olde Goat Pub has a cheery façade and fits in nicely as a neighborhood pub. It's where all the locals meet to share a pint after a hard day's work. The drinking mates here...
  • Dept. 56 Dickens' Village Visiting The Miner's Home
    From Dickens' most popular story, "A Christmas Carol", the Spirit of Christmas Present, appears to Ebenezer dressed in a green velvet robe and together they travel through the city seeing the celebration of Christmas, from the very rich to the...
  • Dept. 56 Dickens' Village Chelsea On the Thames Pub
    This friendly drinking establishment is located just on the edge of the Thames River where the outside steps lead down to the water. It is a local gathering place for salty seamen and and local street vendors.
  • Inspired by Garraway's Coffee House from the 18th century, this coffee house was not only a gathering place, but a place where important business was conducted. Both coffee and tea were sought after drinks during the time of Charles Dickens....
  • Zoological Gardens & Final Prep Before Opening Dept. 56 Dickens Village
    The London Zoological Gardens is the world's oldest scientific zoo and originally intended for scientific study. Opened in 1828 the zoo was opened for public viewing in 1848. The set of 2 includes the brick gate house and ostrich figurine....