- 2-hour Sherlock Holmes literary and film location tour of London
- Learn about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle who brought Sherlock Holmes to life on paper
- Hear tales of the 1979 thriller Murder by Decree while seeing the Royal Academy building
- Visit the location that featured as the Diogenes Club in the BBC Sherlock adaptation with Benedict Cumberbatch
- Stop for photos outside Somerset House, the Neo-Classical building that was used as Pentonville Prison
What You Can Expect
See the place where the eccentric Sherlock Holmes first met Dr Watson – his loyal friend and adviser – and hear trivia about the 1979 thriller Murder by Decree, that featured the pair. Visit the Royal Academy building, which was used in the film, and stroll around some of the pubs and grand hotels that were mentioned in the books.
As your guide entertains you with insider gossip about Guy Ritchie’s 2009 Sherlock Holmes film, walk to the Diogenes Club – a fictional gentleman’s club where a strict no-talking rule was imposed. After stopping for photos outside, continue to Somerset House, to see the site that was used as Pentonville Prison in the film. While the grand Neo-Classical façade of the building couldn’t be more different to the real-life prison, your guide will bring scenes from the film come to life with tales of the baddie who was held there – Lord Blackwood.
After exploring London, learning about the much-loved Sherlock Holmes character who solved no end of crimes, finish your tour on the Strand in central London.
Rebecca was a terrific guide. She kept us going at a reasonable pace and was very knowledgeable about the tour. She was in fact an expert on Sherlock facts.
Great guide who was very knowledgable. enjoyed walking through streets wouldn't normally find. Both of us really enjoyed it.