In fact, the author of Holmes is a doctor, dentist, and belongs to the upper class in the West. Therefore, Holmes is proficient in a lot of medical knowledge in his writing. When he was about to end this detail, the house was almost burned, and even the queen opposed it. It can be seen the influence of this work.
There are two parts to this museum - the shop and the tour itself. The shop has everything Sherlock related at not too bad prices for souvenirs either. From the shop you can buy your tickets to enter Sherlock Holmes' house. Now if you weren't sure if Sherlock Holmes is real or not, then this will definitely convince you (I was starting to doubt myself!). There is every little detail that you could possible imagine Sherlock to have; incredibly detailed. Even hidden away in the corner is Sherlock's violin. You can access all the floors right up to the attic, whilst exploring Sherlock and Watson's adventures. The nicest touch I find is the blue plaque they have on the building that says "Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective".
While Sherlock is clearly a fictional character that doesn't stop London visitors wanting to visit his 'home' at 221B Baker Street. The house is decked out in the same Victorian period as Holmes was set, and shows a myriad of the instruments and details from the Conan Doyle's books, Holmes memorabilia, and even a mock-up of the detective's study looking onto the street. The gift shop is run by the in-character staff who endeavour to keep you in Holmes' world as long and authentically as possible - and even when you've left the house and are catching the tube, Baker Street station is covered in Holmes' silhouettes.
NO DETECTIVE BUFF SHOULD MISS OUT ON SHERLOCK'S HOME MUSEUM...SO WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? EVERYONE TO BAKER STREET...