London Sights

Sherlock Holmes Museum

  • 221B Baker St. Map It
  • Regent's Park

Fodor's Review

Outside Baker Street station, by the Marylebone Road exit, is a 9-foot-high bronze statue of Arthur Conan Doyle's celebrated detective, who "lived" around the corner at number 221B Baker Street—now a museum to all things Sherlock. Inside, Mrs. Hudson, Holmes's housekeeper, guides you into a series of Victorian rooms where the great man lived, worked, and played the violin. It's all carried off with such genuine enthusiasm and attention to detail that you could be forgiven for thinking that Mr. Holmes actually did exist.

Sight Information

Address:

221B Baker St., London, NW1 6XE, England

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Phone:

020-7224–3688

Sight Details:

  • £10
  • Daily 9:30–6

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