Since this crime drama was first aired in 2010, Sherlock has gained a huge audience worldwide for its alternative take on Conan Doyle’s famous detective. Now you have the chance to take a tour of the filming locations featured in the first three series of BBC Sherlock starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman.
Although the show is filmed in numerous locations, including Wales, many of the memorable locations are located in central London where many of the original stories were set. The 3 hour small group mini coach tour is a great way to see the locations with other fans of the show.
The locations are scattered across many parts of central London including Southwark, the City of London, Euston and Westminster.
There will be plenty of chances to get out and take pictures up close at the sites that have featured in Sherlock’s adventures.
Filming locations visited will include 221B Baker Street, Speedy’s Cafe (only open Mon-Fri), St Barts Hospital, the Skate Park from The Blind Banker and much much more. This is the most comprehensive tour of BBC Sherlock locations currently available.
There will be some walking involved in the tour, so make sure you bring comfortable shoes.
Friday at 9:30am (Feb – Oct 2017)
Private Tours available – see bottom of page.
Adult (16 years+): £28 Child (3-15 years): £21
Temple tube station (next to the station exit)
Professional guide, mini coach.
1 – 5 persons: (London Black Taxi with driver and guide): £390
6+ persons: (Mini coach with driver and guide): Contact us for a quote
Prices are per vehicle NOT per person. All private tours are exclusive and not shared with others and include your own guide, driver and a central London hotel pick up.
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