Named after William Baker who laid out the design of this street, Baker Street is a famous 18th century street. It is located in the City of Westminster. Once an uptown residential dwelling, Baker Street is now a mostly commercial area.
Famous more so owing to the fictional character Sherlock Holmes who lived in 221B Baker Street, this place is what one would relate to Victorian England. The zigzag lanes of Marylebone Lane are courtesy of the Tyburn River which is located nearby.
Apart from exploring the world famous Madame Tussauds Wax Museum and Sherlock Holmes Museum, there are many other things to do in and around Baker Street. It has 3 churches in the area, namely- St James's Roman Catholic Church, St Mary's, and Hinde Street Methodist Church. All the churches have a breath-taking interior as well as exterior.
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