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Dicken's Village

  • Oxford's Tom Tower


      Tom Tower is the bell tower in Oxford, England and houses the "Great Tom" bell, the loudest bell in the city. The stone tower was designed by Chr...

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  • St James Hall


    St. James Hall was a large concert hall, opened in 1858, and could seat 2,000 people. In 1868, Charles Dickens presented a final series of "Farewel...

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    Rooster Inn


    Travelers stop at the "Rooster Inn" for a pint of ale and a bowl of soup. It's place to gather, share the latest news and gossip and learn about th...

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  • Ramsgate Lighthouse


      The Dickens' Village Ramsgate Lighthouse as we know it, was built in 1842. It overlooks the English Channel where visitors get breathtaking views...

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  • Covent Garden Manor


    Covent Garden is a district in London, on the eastern fringes of the West End, between St Martin's Lane and Drury Lane. This manor house is a fine ...

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  • Otto Of Roses Perfumery


      History tells us that Perfumeries originally sold oils and pomanders to keep undesirable orders at bay. Later they became part of the cosmetic in...

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  • Ye Olde Goat Pub


      With tradtional tudor-style exposed beams, "Ye Olde Goat Pub" has a cheery façade and fits in nicely as a neighborhood pub. It's where all the lo...

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  • Cricket's Hearth Cottage


    This beautiful cobblestone cottage was named for the third Christmas story written by Charles Dickens' in 1845, "The Cricket On The Hearth." Intro...

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  • Dickens' Market Gate


      Featuring a decorative iron gate and brick entrance, the Christmas Market is surely the place to buy trimmings and gifts of the season. Intro...

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  • The Mulberry Gate House


    Gatehouses provided protection, creating a stopping checkpoint at the entrance of an estate, with the gatekeeper having comfortable quarters upsta...

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    London Gin Distillery


    Designed to accompany Dickens Village by Department 56, the distillery features an animated water wheel used to power the machinery inside the Vict...

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    West India Docks


    2020 Set of 2 Includes Boat 5.5 x5 x 6.25", 5x2.5 x5.5" Porcelain

  • Battersea The Dogs' Home


    Introduced 2021 7"H x 6.25"W x 6.75"L Porcelain Replacement bulb (56.99244)

  • Garraway's Coffee House


      Inspired by "Garraway's Coffee House" from the 18th century, this coffee house was not only a gathering place, but a place where important busine...

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    Brandon Mill


    Part of the Dickens' Village Series from Department 56. Victorian England, where many traditions we celebrate today took shape. The miller at Brand...

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  • Cotswold Greengrocer


    The Cotswolds is a beautiful rural area west and south of London filled with rolling hills and quaint architecture. The greengrocer is a British an...

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    Joseph Edward Tea Shoppe


    During the 1800s, it was popular to speculate which clipper ship carrying tea from the Far East would arrive first in London. The side of our Josep...

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