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Visit the Sherlock Holmes Museum in Baker Street
As all true fans of Arthur Conan Doyle's detective fiction know, Doctor Watson and Sherlock Holmes lived at 221b Baker Street between 1881 and 1904. A solicitous bobby will greet you at the door and from there you'll make your way upstairs to Holmes' study, which gratifyingly looks exactly as it does in the film adaptations. With waxworks of the characters and the all important magnifying glass on Holmes' desk, you'll be disappointed if you come here looking for a history lesson. But if you want the chance to feel like you really are calling on Holmes for help in an investigation, then it's elementary dear Watson?this is definitely the place for you. Open every day until 6pm. Admission is £6.
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221b Baker Street, NW1 6XE, London
Nearest tubes: Baker Street, Edgware Road (Circle/District/H&C), Marylebone

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