LiberTeas at Dr Johnson’s House

Time
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Address
Dr Johnson's House, 17 Gough Square, London, EC4A 3DE
Organiser
Dr Johnson's House

Join us on Sunday 14 June for a cup of tea and a chat in the Parlour that was once privy to Dr Johnson’s own tea-parties and conversations. A self-professed ‘hardened and shameless’ tea-drinker, Johnson was equally enthusiastic on the subject of rights and freedoms, maintaining an opposition to slavery in an age where it was ubiquitous.

Enjoy a free cuppa from 3pm, before exploring the four floors of this Georgian townhouse and learning more about the remarkable life of Johnson’s black servant and friend, Francis Barber.

ACCESS

Please note that Dr Johnson’s House contains unavoidable steps, including seven steps to access the entrance. Visitors who are unable to manage the stairs may use the audio-visual guide free of charge.

There is regrettably no wheelchair access to Dr Johnson’s House.

Booking details

No need to book, just drop in!

Cost to attend

Usual admission prices to the House apply (tea is free)

Adults: £4.50
Concessions: £3.50
Children (5 - 17): £1.50
Family (two adults and accompanying children): £10
Free for under 5s
Members of the National Trust are entitled to a 50% discount on admission on presentation of a valid membership card

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