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Sherlock Holmes Museum

The Sherlock Holmes museum is a museum dedicated to the most famous detective in the world. It is located in the address well-known from the books, TV and movies, 221b Baker Street.

The museum contains rooms and artefacts from the Sherlock Holmes books and movies. The familiar study is there for visitors to see as well as the bedroom of Dr. Watson. Additionally a lot of items and characters from the Sherlock Holmes world are on display. There is also a shop for Sherlock Holmes themed items and souvenirs.

Finding the museum might be challenging as the address (221b Baker Street) is located between house numbers 237 and 241.

There's a statue of Sherlock Holmes close by so be sure to check it out while in the area. The statue is located in 4 Marylebone Road.

Getting there

The best way to get to the museum is to take the tube to Baker Street Station (Bakerloo), which is also themed according to Sherlock Holmes. The station is very close to the museum.

Nearby

For outdoor activities, Regent's Park and London Zoo are close to the museum. If you want to see more Sherlock Holmes themed things, Madame Tussauds close by has wax figures of Benedict Cumberbatch and Robert Downey Jr., who have both player Sherlock Holmes.