The Sherlock Holmes Museum was first established in 1990 and is located at 221B Baker Street. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes is famous throughout the world. His assistant Watson leads readers through the process by which Holmes solves numerous cases. Adding to the authenticity of the experience, the layout and contents of the museum are based on the important scenes and things mentioned in the mysteries. Visitors are invited into the Baker Street residence to feel as though they have stepped right into Holmes' home. Many pictures of the famous detective line the wall at the Baker Street Underground Station. Visitors can find a Sherlock Holmes souvenir shop opposite the museum.
If you are an admirer of Mr. Holmes, the Holmes Museum at 221 Baker Street in London will be the place you must visit. This is also the former residence of Mr Holmes. In this three-and-a-half-storey building, there are still many remains of Mr. Holmes and Mr. Watson. At the same time, in different rooms, there are also some vivid figures and props in the Holmes Collection. These will bring you back to the story at that time. Walking up the third floor, you can see a bathroom. Its sanitary ware has the characteristics of blue and white porcelain. I think it's interesting. There is a queue to visit the museum. At the door, you can take a free photo with Holmes'policeman in real costume. The costumers I remember also speak authentic Chinese. He told me that he had lived near Beijing University of Finance and Economics for more than three years. The ticket for the tour is 15 pounds per person.
Original Party and Shenxia Party will come! The museum itself is not big. It has only four floors and two rooms on each floor. But it is really restored according to the description of the novel. All kinds of familiar props, manuscripts, upstairs and all kinds of cases you like to arrange on the spot, guards at the entrance are very diligent, very Q, remember to put on hat paper and take photos with them yo-yo-yo-yo-yo-yo-yo-yo-yo-yo-yo-yo-yo-yo-yo
The museum is at 221B Baker Street, as depicted in the novel. The entrance is small but easy to find. Because there are people in police uniforms at the door, and a bunch of tourists in line. To buy tickets, in the souvenir shop near the entrance. First buy tickets, then queue up to enter the museum. When buying tickets, remember to take a light-colored introduction sheet, because this is the ticket. There are several floors in the museum. The second floor simulates Holmes'living room according to the description of the novel. You can take pictures with deer hats and pipe sitting on the table. The other layers are wax figures of some criminals in the novel. Not really. It's not a long visit, but it's still worth seeing.
15 Fat people's tickets, think again or again, although online evaluation is really not very good. Climb up the stairs narrow enough for only one person to walk to the second floor. Near the door is Dr. Watson's desk. On the chair in front of the desk is an open doctor's bag filled with medical instruments such as knives and pliers. In front of them is the study they share and connected with Holmes'bedroom, which is the most important part of the room. There are fireplaces, bookshelves, desks, and the middle of the study is the sofa chair opposite Holmes and Dr. Watson. The other corner of the study is the unforgettable Holmes "Chemistry Laboratory" in the novel, which is actually a desk with all kinds of chemistry on it. Laboratory utensils and shelves beside them are also filled with bottles, bottles and cans filled with various chemicals. At the back of the study was Holmes'bedroom, which was simple and messy. Besides his desk full of strange tools, pipe and violin, there were bronze busts in the corner. His favorite hunting cap, magnifying glass, pipe and ashtray were placed randomly on the small round table. Let's punch a card if the fans want to.
Small door face, loaded with big stories. The story is so fascinating. Knowing that it is the character in the novel, there is still a long line at the door. Tickets are bought at gift shop on the ground floor. Because the room is small, we have to queue in batches. The door dressed up as a retro police uncle, maintaining order is the most dedicated. Holmes fox hunting hat, pipe, Watson bowler hat are all available for you. Take a picture first to get addicted.
In fact, all I know about Holmes comes from Conan, and Conan has a special album about London, which also brings to the Holmes Museum, and a theatre version of "The Dead on Baker Street" is also very beautiful. It feels like I went to the Holmes Museum just for Conan. But why "Conan" Riconan never stood in line, the line was too long and we were all frozen and frozen, so we could only take turns to go to the nearby Holmes Memorial Store for warmth and warmth.
Sherlock Holmes Museum in London is the holy place of Sherlock Holmes'fancy. It shows a variety of products and scenes related to Sherlock Holmes story. It's very interesting. The iconic head of Sherlock Holmes smoking a pipe has become a trademark here, even on the lollipop. It's really interesting.
No. 221B Baker Street, Holmes'pilgrimage site around the world, is worth even eight pounds of tickets in search of a character who has appeared countless times in movies, TV dramas and novels. The whole museum has three floors, not big at all, and it's not very impressive. On the first floor, it's a souvenir shop. Then the maid will take you to visit Holmes'home. Notice that it's a visit, not a visit. The layout of the room restores the plot of the novel, even the display of tableware. The second floor is actually the most worthwhile place to see in the whole museum, giving people the impression that it's the largest. The detective is only going out temporarily and will come back at any time. The third floor is some wax museum, many classic scenes of the case have been restored with wax figures.
As the original Holmes Party, the Shenxia Party or the fans of the American version of Holmes, how can we not visit the Holmes Museum at 221B Baker Street in London? Tickets are more expensive in this place, but the place is very small. However, the exhibits are quite rich, and there are explanatories for you.
Hello, Sherlock Holmes... There was a time when I was a Holmes fan, so 221B Baker St had to mark it here.