Many of you out there may be fans of Sherlock Holmes, either because of the movies, or the series, or maybe even from before when you just heard the stories.
I've always found Sherlock intriguing, and I became a fan after I started watching the series with Benedict Cumberbatch, and yes I will admit I did not like the movie with Robert Downey Jr.
Anyway, so hubby and I were in London, and we wanted to do something different. We then remembered - Oh, there is Sherlock's home, let's go see it.
And we did, I mean, we already knew the address... hehehehe - for those of you who are not from England, Sherlock's museum is on the actual address that is mentioned in the stories.
Our first shock was when we arrived there and saw a long line. The second shock came when we bought the ticket in...
When we finally walked in, this tiny house with many levels and basically one to 2 small rooms per flight was pretty amazing.
Decor was just packed like crazy, but it did give the feel that that's how it would have been.
Sherlock's study had the desk full of things, and filled up bookshelves, and the little laboratory with sooo many interesting objects.
Maybe because it had so many cool things there, or maybe it's the scientist in us peaking out.
|Dr. Watson's study|
|Mrs Hudson's room|
And to finish of golden, the top floor was a bathroom, and I personally found amusing that both the sink and the toilet were painted even on the inside.... Hehehe. Fancy!
I really enjoyed that outing, and if you would like to know more information on the place, check out their website.
Have you ever visited Sherlock's home?
What did you think of it?
If you haven't, would that interest you?
Let me know in the comments below.