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Sherlock Holmes Museum

Dedicated to the most famous fictional detective ever created, the Sherlock Holmes Museum can be found in-between the number 237 and 241 Baker Street, although the door is marked 221b, to keep in-line with the details of the story. The museum opened in 1990 and recreates the living and working space of the sleuth and his sidekick, Dr Watson, in full glorious detail, as imagined by their creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Despite its fictitious roots, the building is protected by the government due to its 'special architectural and historical interest'. The Victorian interior has been kept in immaculate condition and the museum is open every day of the year, bar Christmas Day, leaving you no excuse not to pop along to nosey around for a couple of hours.

221B Baker Street
London
NW1 6XE

Tel: 020 7224 3688
Opening Times: Open daily 9.30am - 6pm
Charges:
Adult : £15.00
Child : £10.00
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