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Charles Dickens: Man of Science—2-for-1 offer for Fellows

Fellows of the Geological Society can enjoy 2-for-1 entry to the exhibition Charles Dickens: Man of Science at the Charles Dickens Museum, London, writes Michael McKimm.

 Dickens Man of Science

The exhibition reveals the celebrated 19th Century author not only as a scientific enthusiast, but as a key communicator of science in the Victorian age. A number of items from the Geological Society Library are on loan to the exhibition, including Henry De La Beche's drawings 'Duria Antiquor' and 'Awful Changes', William Buckland's Bridgewater Treatise and Roderick Murchison’s own geological hammer.

The exhibition runs until Sunday 11 November at the Charles Dickens Museum, 48 Doughty Street, London, WC1N 2LX. (Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm (last entry 4pm)). 

To claim the 2-for-1 offer please purchase tickets in person at the museum, showing your GSL membership card (contact us if you do not have a membership card).

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