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"I have it here in my museum...." Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson lived in a Victorian lodging house at 221b Baker Street between 1881-1904, according to the stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The house was built in 1815 and is listed by the Government to protect its architectural and cultural heritage. It is open as a museum dedicated to the life and times of Sherlock Holmes, and the interior has been faithfully maintained for posterity exactly as described in the published stories. The famous study overlooking Baker Street that has been portrayed in so many films over the years is located on the 1st floor above a flight of 17 steps. Visitors can sit in Mr Holmes’s armchair by the fireside to pose for photos, and enter his bedroom adjoining the study; but please bring your own pipe to smoke! His possessions are in their usual places: his deerstalker, magnifying glass, calabash pipe, violin, chemistry equipment, notebook, Persian slipper and disguises. Doctor Watson’s bedroom on the 2nd floor overlooks a small yard at the rear of the house, while Mrs Hudson’s room is at the front. Mrs Hudson was the landlady of the lodging house who prepared meals and undertook household duties for her two famous tenants.These rooms contain personal belongings and private papers of the great detective and a variety of exhibits from his published cases. The diary of Doctor Watson contains hand-written notes and extracts from the famous adventure of The Hound of the Baskervilles The third floor exhibit rooms contain a new and stunning arrangement of wax models of scenes from the stories. Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty are actually standing in the same room! The lumber room in the attic, where the lodgers used to store their trunks and luggage, can still be seen today.A unique collection of gifts and antiques is available from the Museum’s interesting and rather quaint souvenir shop on the ground floor of the house, where electric lighting has recently been introduced for the benefit of our visitors.Mrs Hudson is always in attendance to assist visitors with their enquiries! Visitors often ask whether Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson really lived in the house, but unfortunately no official records of the lodgers who lived here in Victorian times exist. Local authority records do state that the house was registered as a lodging house between 1860-1934, and that the maids who worked in it were related to a Mr Holmes. A Doctor Watson also lived next door in the 1890's, as an ‘artificial teeth manufacturer’.The published stories however contain all the relevant facts about the house and the lives of Mr Holmes and Doctor Watson which visitors can explore for themselves by visiting the Museum