Zone 1 (both stations)
Marylebone (pronounced 'Marly-bone') is only ¼ mile from Baker Street which has more Underground lines.
Regent's Park: www.royalparks.org.uk
An exhibition of over 300 life-like wax figures of famous people from history and the present day
including royalty, world leaders, sports stars and film stars. Chamber of Horrors. Spirit of London Ride.
Open Daily 1000-1700 (times vary, see website).
Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson lived at 221b Baker Street according to the stories written by
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The Victorian interior has been arranged as described in the published stories.
Open TWThFSSu 1000-1700.
Although numbered 221b the Museum is actually between 237 and 241 Baker Street.
Permanent galleries cover the history of the Royal Academy of Music from 1822 to the present day,
exhibits include instruments, manuscripts and art. Strings Gallery. Piano Gallery (sometimes closed, see website).
Exhibitions. Free public musical events and lectures. Admission free
Open please see website.
A very wide range of animals including tigers, gorillas, monkeys, giraffes and meerkats.
Special features include the Penguin Beach, Aquarium, Reptile House, Rainforest Life and Nightlife.
Café, restaurant and picnic area.
Open Daily 1000-1730 (1600 Oct-Mar)
Bus 274 from stop C to the 'Primrose Hill, London Zoo' stop (displayed and announced on the bus), about 7 minutes journey, daily, about every 10 minutes. On the return journey alight at 'Baker Street Station' (stop A on the map).
To walk to London Zoo follow the Outer Circle around Regent's Park.