Sherlock Holmes Museum

Sherlock Holmes Museum map
Address:
Sherlock Holmes Museum, 221b Baker Street, Marylebone NW1 6XE
Tel:
0207 224 3688
Web:
sherlock-holmes.co.uk

Opening times and price

Opening hours:
9.30 AM to 6 PM (Mon-Sun)
Ticket cost:
Adults £15.00; Children £10.00 (under-16)
Visiting hours and entry charges are subject to change
Time required:
A typical visit to Sherlock Holmes Museum lasts 1-1½ hours (approx)

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Baker Street BKL CRC H&C JUB MET, Marylebone BKL
The nearest train station to Sherlock Holmes Museum is Baker Street
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The Sherlock Holmes Museum pays homage to the world’s most famous detective, created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in the late 19th-century.

The museum is decorated in the style of Conan Doyle’s stories, and has numerous scenes from each. Holmes’ first floor study, for example, still overlooks the street below – and Dr. Watson’s bedroom is one floor up. There is even a basement room for the housekeeper, Mrs Hudson.

The museum-type exhibits include the detective’s deerstalker hat, violin and magnifying glass, and a copy of Dr. Watson’s diary. The decor is strictly Victorian, with flickering candles, fireside grates and dodgy-looking waxworks of Professor Moriarty.

If you want to get in on the act too, then take a photo of yourself sitting in Sherlock Holmes’ fireside seat.

 
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