Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Room at Toronto Reference Library

Where can you find one of the world’s largest exhibits on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle?
Elementary, my dear Watson – in the Toronto Reference Library!

A room located on the 5th floor of the TRL is dedicated entirely to his body of work. This fascinating collection contains a wide assortment of cherished artifacts, including a first edition copy of the first Sherlock Holmes story, “A Study in Scarlet” circa 1887. Visitors are permitted to browse freely, as the room and the items within are open to the public.

Writer of Sherlock Holmes, the most popular fictional detective series of all time, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle carved a place for himself in history not only through his literary genius, but also as a sportsman, medical practitioner, soldier, politician, and designer. If you want to learn more about his eventful life and career, we encourage you to visit this special space!

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