I know many of you are fans of the world famous English detective Sherlock Holmes and plan to visit his museum at 221B Baker Street in the heart of Central London. An employee there answers the thousands of letters sent from all over the world asking for the detective’s help.
You need to walk down Baker Street and look at number 109, as this is what 221B would have looked like in Holmes’s day.
Near Trafalgar Square which is literally the centre of London is “The Sherlock Holmes” pub at 10 Northumberland Avenue. This was once the Northumberland Arms Hotel and Conan Doyle has Henry Baskerville staying there on his return to England to claim his inheritance in the most famous of books: “The Hound of the Baskervilles”. The pub used to have a room upstairs decorated in Sherlock Holmes memorabilia.
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