Follow the clues, examine the footprints, and crack the case!

Get ready to solve a thrilling mystery in LSC’s newest premium exhibition! The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes is now open.

In this interactive adventure, you’ll be transported into Sherlock Holmes’ London—a world filled with innovation and experimentation in the field of forensic science. While you're hot on the trail of your own case, you’ll learn how the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, a scientific expert ahead of his time, used seemingly trivial observations of clues others missed to solve mysterious crimes in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famous books.

Follow the footprints, examine the spatter patterns, decipher Morse Code, find missing items, and use your powers of observation to crack the case in this can’t-miss exhibition!

The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes is available with the purchase of a Combination Pass or Premium Pass.

Visitor info

Location: 4th Floor

Catch this exhibition from Nov. 3, 2018 through May 27, 2019.

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Highlights

  • Discover the developments in science and technology in the 1890s (developments that are still highly relevant today)
  • Visit Sherlock Holmes’ and Dr. Watson’s sitting room at 221B Baker Street, London, where their investigations began and concluded
  • Receive a book full of clues to assist you while you’re hot on the trail of solving a remarkable new Sherlock Holmes mystery, written exclusively for this exhibition
  • Explore a room full of all things “Sherlock” – the perfect spot for pop culture enthusiasts! The collection includes vintage Sherlock-themed card games, comics, and magazines; props from the Warner Bros.’ current Sherlock Holmes movie sets; and costumes and props from the hit TV shows, Elementary and Sherlock
  • Learn how forensic experts of today work, operate, and use innovative techniques

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