Museum Sherlock Holms- London house-museum of the legendary detective Sherlock Holmes, a literary character created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
The museum is located in Baker Street, near the eponymous London Underground Station, about halfway from the intersection of Baker Street with Marylebone Road to Regent's Park. Museum is located in the four-storey building in the Victorian style. The house was built in 1815 and listed buildings of Her Majesty of architectural and historical value.
The first floor is occupied by the museum gift shop and a small front. On the second floor are the living room and related bathroom Holmes - the third room Watson and Mrs. Hudson. On the fourth floor, was originally used for economic purposes, placed wax figures of heroes of various works of Sherlock Holmes, as well as toilet and closet.
Museum exhibits. As the exhibits - violin and Turkish shoe in which the detective held tobacco, equipment for the chemical laboratory and letters pinned to a shelf fireplace using a pen knife. Another exhibit - the army revolver friend and faithful companion detective - Dr. Watson.