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Marylebone

Sherlock Holmes, the most Bohemian character to live in Marylebone was as fictional as his biographer Dr Watson, but Marylebone has other things to offer than its famous fictional detective and his equally famous statue.

The main station at Marylebone is that of Baker Street Station (Bakerloo line) and as you come out of the station the first thing you will notice is the very large statue of its most famous resident Sherlock Holmes, turn left and you will find Madame Tussaud's and the Planetarium. Just three of the many things a visitor may do and see at Marylebone.

You cannot, even if you are not interested in architecture be dismissive of the sights that behold you in Marylebone. Manchester Square (a Georgian Square) and Montague Square (a Regency Square) are two such magnificent sights. All Souls Church Langham Place, Holy Trinity Church Marylebone, Marybone Chapel, are three very beautiful churches designed by famous architects as J. Nash and J. Soane.

To the visitor Marylebone may seem a little strange as it has small communities within the overall larger community, such as that of Edgware Road which is very Middle Eastern. Marylebone is full of small chic boutiques, and good restaurants. It has also been the home of Madonna in the last few years. As in other parts of London, Marylebone is one of the less affordable areas to live in.

When it's warm in Marylebone one should visit Queen Mary's Garden with its abundance of sweet smelling roses, and its open air theatre which runs from May to September. For entertainment and culture go to Wigmore Hall to hear Classical & Opera, or go to view 18th and 19th century paintings at the Wallace Collection or be silly and try to solve the latest mystery at the Sherlock Holmes Museum.

Locations near Marylebone to appeal would be Oxford Street, Regent's Park and Marble Arch.



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