Johnson’s Birthplace has been a Museum to the writer and his times since 1901. The house was built for Johnson’s parents Sarah and Michael in 1708, and the family ran their bookshop business on the ground floor. Now a Grade I listing building, the Birthplace is a vibrant accredited museum with events and activities throughout the year. Visit our events and news pages for more details.
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Accredited Museum Number 767
The Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum is operated by Lichfield City Council.
Dr Johnson’s Birthplace Trust is Registered Charity Number 500046