Regardless of the classic Robert Downey's classic "Detective Sherlock Holmes", or the world-famous volume of the "Sherlock", Holmes Dorner's Holmes has been put on the screen countless times. The Sherlock Holmes Museum in Baker Street in London has thus become a pilgrimage site for fans of Sherlock Holmes around the world. Walking out of the Baker Street underground station, you can see the tall statue of Sherlock Holmes. The Sherlock Holmes Museum is completely free of navigation. Wherever there are many people, it must be there - whenever there is always a long queue in front of the Sherlock Holmes Museum.
The famous Baker Street 221B is home to Holmes and his assistant Dr. Watson, who lived here between 1881 and 1902. The house was built in 1815 and was converted into the Sherlock Holmes Museum in 1990. The museum was built almost entirely in accordance with the description in the novel. Holmes and Watson live on the second floor of the building, with a study in front and a bedroom in Holmes behind. There are many familiar items in the study, such as magnifying glasses, iconic hunting deer caps, pipes and so on. The third and fourth floors are life-size wax figures and famous scenes in the novel.
The museum's service is very attentive, from the guard to the interpreter, all Victorian dress, not only free photo, but also very enthusiastic to answer the questions of tourists. If you are a fan of Sherlock Holmes, you will definitely fall in love with it.
Posted: Dec 19, 2018