If you’re thinking about visiting then why not book a room at our nearby boutique hotel, The Nadler Soho?
This show is the first on the renowned detective since 1951 and will explore how the character has been presented in TV and books for over 120 years, when he first appeared in Conan Doyle’s stories.
The exhibition will investigate the deeper, more complex side of Sherlock Holmes and his mind. Discovering how he used observation and his outstandingly analytical brain to always solve the crime and uncover the truth.
Not only this, but the show will also allow guests to learn more about Victorian London, and the type of city it was in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s time. Visitors will experience this through film, paintings, photos and artefacts that will help recreate the world that Sherlock Holmes was first set in.
The exhibition begins on 17th October 2014 and runs through to 12th April 2015. It’s likely to be very popular so ensure you book your tickets and accommodation now.
Tickets are due to go on sale this spring, from £10 concession and £12 adults and includes a donation.
For more information, visit the Museum of London website.