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Museum of London Docklands launches the Dodger family trail, based on BAFTA-winning BBC TV series, Dodger

Tow Children Taking Part in the Dodger Trail at Museum of London Docklands

A brand new family trail will be available at the Museum of London Docklands based on the rip-roaring adventures of Dodger, Fagin and the gang from the BAFTA-winning BBC show Dodger.

A free trail map created in collaboration with Universal International Studios and the BBC will be available starting on Saturday 11 February. In a world set before the events of Dickens' classic, Dodger is reimagined with familiar characters and a bunch of new ones in a completely new setting. 

While exploring the Museum of London Docklands' galleries, visitors must help Dodger stay one step ahead of the police, who are on the hunt for a crime he did not commit, and help Fagin and his gang make a living.

Douglas Gilmore, Managing Director, Museum of London Docklands, said: “We’re delighted to be working with Universal International Studios and the BBC on this new trail as we celebrate our 20th anniversary at the Museum of London Docklands. Dodger is a fantastically fun series offering families and young visitors a brilliant new way to explore our galleries and learn more about Victorian London.”

Trail maps for Dodger: A Family Adventure are available free at the Museum of London Docklands from Saturday 11 February.

Visit the Museum of London Docklands website to find out more.

Photography credit: Museum of London Docklands Galleries © Museum of London.