Some might think that Sherlock’s house is the only reason I went to England. It wasn’t the only but I was positively giddy about it.
|Subway tiles at the Baker Street station|
|In front of the museum|
The museum is set up as though it were Sherlock and Watson’s home. They each have a bedroom, as does Mrs. Hudson, plus their very famous study. The upper floors are devoted to the stories themselves and to various fan items. It’s really great fun and quite “hands-on.”
|On the keeping of bees|
|What Sherlock would have taken with him just before Reichenbach Falls.|
|Evidence of his shooting skills |
|Mrs. Hudson sets a lovely table|
|In the study|
|Watson’s service revolver and his license to carry|
|Mrs. Hudson’s room|
|Prof. James Moriarty|
|A letter to Sherlock from a child|
Being that we were already near Regents Park, we went up to the zoo, which was a little disappointing, actually.