Sherlock Holmes Museum
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Sherlock Holmes Museum information
Lonely Planet review
Fans of Arthur Conan Doyle's classic detective novels will enjoy examining the three floors of reconstructed Victoriana, complete with deerstalkers, burning candles and flickering grates, but may baulk at the dodgy waxworks of Professor Moriarty and ‘the Man with the Twisted Lip’ at the top. It's a pity too that there is so little information on the author himself.
For years there was a dispute over the famous address, since the occupant of 221b Baker St, the fictional abode of Sherlock Holmes, was the Abbey National Bank. A bank secretary even had the full-time job of responding to fan mail. When the bank moved out in 2005, the Royal Mail recognised the museum's exclusive right to receive post addressed to 'Sherlock Holmes'.