The next day we set out for Madame Tussauds. Just around the corner at 221b Baker Street was the Sherlock Holmes museum which my son was enthusiastic to see. My wife found a coffee shop to sit and read in while we lined up. Because it was quite a small and narrow house a small number were only allowed in at a time. I didn’t like it much but I am not so into Sherlock Holmes.
Over the road for lunch was a cheap Indian restaurant that happened to have a group of young Australian in it that were living and working in London.
Madame Tussauds was better than expected. It had sections of movie starts, sports starts, music stars, and royalty. It also had a 4D super heros video experience and a kind of roller coaster ride through a brief history of England.
In the evening I went back to HTB church for another great worship experience. Just before closing time, as it was near HTB church I tried to have a quick look at the Victoria and Albert museum. Really need to go back to experience this in depth another time.