Hidden away in the city’s alleys is a 300-year old house that was once home to the famous lexicographer, Dr Johnson.
About Dr Johnson's HouseA museum based in the former home of the 18th-century English writer and lexicographer Dr Samuel Johnson.
It's a Georgian era building which has been left pretty much as it was when it was lived in.
Do also look out for the statue of the Dr's cat, in the courtyard.
Dr Johnson's House,
17 Gough Square,
Link to Dr Johnson's House's website
Frequently asked questions
What's the nearest railway station to Dr Johnson's House
The nearest station is City Thameslink Rail Station which is 0.2 miles away.