Follow the trail of churches featuring in the life of Charles Dickens.
|St. Dunstan-in-the-West||This Fleet Street church was featured by Dickens in David Copperfield.|
|St. Georges Church, Southwark|
The church has strong associations with Charles Dickens, whose father was imprisoned in the nearby Marshalsea prison.
|St. James' Church, Cooling||The churchyard of St James' Church inspired Charles Dickens to set the opening chapter of Great Expectations, where the hero Pip meets Magwitch.|
|St. Johns, Westminster||Featured by Dickens in Our Mutual Friend.|
|St. Lukes Church, Chelsea||Charles Dickens was married to Catherine Hogarth here in April 1836.|
John Dickens and Elizabeth Barrow, the parents of Charles Dickens, were married here in 1809.
|St. Marylebone Parish Church|
|St. Olaves Church.||Charles Dickens called the church St. Ghastly Grim because of skulls above the entrance gate.|
|Westminster Abbey||Charles Dickens was buried in Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey, June 1870.|