If there is an English character who raises passions, in addition to James Bond, it is Sherlock Holmes, the singular detective who has been starring in novels, series or movies for years. So much so, that in London there is a museum where all his fans can discover all the details about the detective, the cases in which he has worked, his surroundings and anything that comes to mind.
The wonderful Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was the one who gave life to both Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson and all the characters in the novels, something he did back in 1887. As much as more than 100 years have passed, Holmes will never go out of style . The Sherlock Holmes museum You can find it in the English capital, it is in a building from 1815 and it was a pension for many years.
As a museum it opened in March 1990 and since then it has been one of the most visited in the city thanks to tourists from all over the world who want to learn about the detective's history up close. In it you can see the places where he spent the most time and how he lived, in addition to which you will discover in detail all the decorated as they were described in the novels, which will certainly make it seem like he really was there.
On the tour you can take you will see his office, her bedroom, her living room, Watson's room, the room of the llama mistress and a few wax figures that represent several of the situations experienced in each scenario. In addition, various actors work at the museum to ensure that everything is much more real. Can't miss a visit to the store to bring you a very realistic memory.
The price Admission for adults is £ 6, while children will pay 4. It is open Monday to Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Sherlock Holmes Museum -221B Baker Street, London walk-through tour (March 2021)