Baker Street: more than a home for Holmes
Baker Street was the first permanent exhibition site of Madame Tussauds Waxworks, which opened on Baker Street in 1835, moving around the corner.
Perhaps because of its strong association with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s eccentric sleuth, the area is often overlooked as a cultural and historic backdrop for visitors to London, so there is plenty of opportunity to explore, without the accompanying crowds.
In order to help orientate staff to their new surroundings we have set up a series of FREE walking tours that we would invite you and your colleagues to sign up to.
Join one of our FREE walks and discover more about Baker Street Quarter. Come along with your colleagues and friends colleagues to explore and enjoy all that this area has to offer.Click here
to find out the details and timings of these walks.