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THINGS TO DO IN MARYLEBONE

MADAME TUSSAUDS

A major tourist attraction in London displaying life-size wax figures including historical and royal figures, film stars, sports stars, and famous murderers.

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SHERLOCK HOLMES MUSEUM

A privately run museum dedicated to the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. At the famous address, 221B Baker Street, visitors step back to Victorian times into the home of the famous detective and his assistant, Dr. Watson.

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REGENTS PARK

One of the Royal Parks of London, the parks hosts London Zoo, the Open Air Theatre and a boating lake.

LONDON ZOO

The world's oldest scientific zoo. It was opened in 1828 and was originally intended to be used as a collection for scientific study.

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THE WALLACE COLLECTION

The Wallace Collection is a national museum in a historic London townhouse. In 25 galleries, there are displays of French 18th Century paintings, furniture, and porcelain with old master paintings and world war armoury.
 
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MARYLEBONE FARMERS MARKET

Marylebone farmers market put 'Marylebone Village' on the map as a destination for great food. On Sundays, the site has between 30 to 40 stalls and there is something for everyone from oysters to mushrooms.
 
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REGENTS PARK OPEN AIR THEATRE

Set in the heart of Regent's Park, it's steeply raked auditorium is one of the largest in London with 1,250 seats but with a very intimate atmosphere.
 
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WIGMORE HALL

Intimate Victorian concert venue for chamber music recitals and lunchtime concerts.

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