The Charles Dickens Birthplace Museum, located in Portsmouth, celebrates the life and literary legacy of the renowned Victorian author. Housed in the building where Dickens was born in 1812, the museum provides an intimate glimpse into his early years. Exhibits showcase period-appropriate furnishings, personal items, and manuscripts, offering a vivid portrayal of Dickens’ formative experiences. Visitors can explore the author’s childhood home and gain insights into the settings and characters that would later populate his novels. The museum serves as a poignant tribute to one of the greatest novelists in English literature, providing a tangible connection to the places that shaped Dickens’ literary imagination.