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Sherlock Holmes Museum in London

In a famouse house on Baker street there is the Sherlock Holmes Museum, and it`s interior absolutely imitates interiors from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle`s stories.


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Sherlock Holmes Museum

#3 of 6 places to visit in London
When Sir Arthur created his character, there was no Baker street, 221b address. Later, when the street was extended, The Sherlock Holmes Museum first started it work in house 239, but finally the building was renumbered to 221b. Also it has the blue plaque in memory of it's famous "resident".

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On the way from Madam Tusso Museum to the Regent's Park make a little stop to have a rest in Sherlock's armchair.

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from 9:30 am to 6 pm



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