Visit the Sherlock Holmes Museum, a Grade II-listed lodging house on Baker Street which has been furnished as the apartment of Conan Doyle's famous fictional detective and his friend Doctor Watson.The museum features waxworks, Victorian ephemera and a very popular gift shop selling Sherlock Holmes collectibles and novelty items.
An assortment of stamps, post boxes and post office vehicles are just some of the artefacts on show.
See Freud's library and study which remain as he left it, including his famous psychoanalytic couch.
Visitors can also watch screenings of Freud's home movies and marvel at his huge collection of antiquities.
Read More Located at former Huguenot house at the address of the same name, 19 Princelet Street was created by children and artists.
Its central exhibition explores how immigration has shaped London, through stories of settlers from France, Ireland, Eastern Europe, Africa and Asia. Read More Whether you're an anaesthetist or just curious, the collection at London's unusual Anaesthesia Heritage Centre - which counts more than 2,000 objects, dated from 1774 to the present day - provides an absorbing story and historical account of advancements in medicine and pain relief.
On display are numerous instruments, documents, images and musical relics.