Pipes and deerstalkers at the ready, Madame Tussards is bringing Sherlock back to life with a new, permanent exhibition, the first in its history not to be centered around waxworks but an interactive experience set in a gorgeously designed and visually stunning theatrical set where there are clues to be found and characters to meet and a case to solve. The exhibition will be opening with a limited run evening show, The Game’s Afoot, where participants can test their mystery-solving skills on two different cases, that of The Poisonous Poet or The Bloodthirsty Beast, which alternate nightly and like a choose-your-own-adventure book, depending on who you talk to and where you wander you’ll find plenty of twists and turns on your path, be it through Baker Street or windswept Dartmoor, you’re sure to find plenty of peculiar happenings to discuss with fellow sleuths at the bar afterwards.
Where: Madame Tussaud’s, Marylebone Rd, London NW1 5LR
How much: Exhibition £24.50 / Show £45
Nearest tube: Piccadilly Circus