Step through the iconic front door of the Sherlock Holmes Museum and explore the Victorian apartment of the super sleuth.
According to the stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes and his loyal friend Dr. Watson lived at this exact address from 1881 to 1904.
What is there to do at the Sherlock Holmes Museum?
Take a step back to Victorian times and visit Holmes’ apartment, which has been preserved to offer a glimpse into the private life of the detective.
Work your way through the Victorian lodgings lit with gas lamps, uncover Holmes’ personal items and stumble upon some of Watson’s belongings.
The museum also hosts an exhibition featuring life-size waxworks from Sherlock Holmes’ most famous adventures.
Make sure to explore the gift shop full of quirky objects and souvenirs, including deerstalker hats.
Where is the museum based?
The Sherlock Holmes Museum is at the fictional detective’s former home, 221B Baker Street.
It’s a one-minute walk from Baker Street Tube station and five minutes from Marylebone railway station.
How long will it take to walk around the museum?
With many fascinating things to see at Sherlock Holmes Museum, you can easily spend one to two hours at the museum.
How much are the tickets?
Tickets to Sherlock Holmes Museum cost £16 for adults and £11 for children (under 16 years of age).
How can I book tickets?
When paying at the venue, you first need to buy tickets at the gift shop first, and then join the queue at the entrance of the museum.
More ideas for Sherlock fans
If you want to find out more about Sherlock Holmes in London, book a spot on a special Sherlock Holmes walking tour*.