Baker Street

Discover the hidden gems and iconic landmarks of Baker Street. Immerse yourself in the rich history and vibrant culture of this famous London street.
a living room filled with furniture and a fire place in the middle of it's fireplace Baker Street, Art, London, Sherlock, Museums, 221b Baker Street, Victorian, Famous Detectives, Detective

This is the sitting room of the famous Victorian detective, Sherlock Holmes. His fictional home at 221b Baker Street has been turned into a museum and you can walk around all the rooms, packed with props from the novels. You can even puff on his pipe and try on his deerstalker hat! There are loads of waxwork characters upstairs which fans will recognise from the novels *** read the full review on my website #sherlockholmesmuseum #london

London City Guide - Landmarks & Attractions
the outside of a building with flowers hanging from it's balconies and wrought iron railings

Baker street 221b (in reality that's actually 237-241 Baker Street, a.k.a. "The Sherlock Holmes Museum"); at the time Sherlock Holmes was written, Baker Street did not extend beyond Marylebone Road and street numbers did not go beyond 200

Jellybooks Ltd.

Related interests