This is our Victorian tribute to the World's Greatest Detective, Mr. Sherlock Holmes. An Event Venue for photo shoots, film shoots, music videos, meetings, conferences, and workshops. The space includes 800-square-foot Victorian Square, plus eight Victorian shops along the perimeter (all related loosely to a character or a subject from the Sherlock Holmes stories) ~ Mrs. Hudson's Tea Shoppe, Watson's Apothecary, Adler's Emporium, The Deerstalker, Wiggins' Toy Shoppe, South Downs Apiary, Stewart's Scientifics, and The Wolf and Bear Pub, which is event-ready for serving beverages. 221B Baker Street, the flat where Mr. Holmes and Dr. Watson live, is also on hand for photos and possible small events. Included as well is a catering room, green rooms, two bathrooms, handicap access, air-conditioning, and seating for 60 with banquet tables. Caterers are recommended and accommodated. Costume rentals can be requested. The venue is on a small-town main street where one will find antique shops, small boutiques, and bars. Jackson is home to many historic buildings. A newly-renovated Victorian hotel is on the opposite end of Main Street. Historical Landmarks of Kennedy and Argonaut Mines are within the vicinity. Close by is Jackson Rancheria Casino run by the Jackson Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians of California. Within the county is Black Chasm Caverns giving tours. Outdoor Activities include camping, picnicking, boating, kayaking, and hiking. Only 15 to 20 miles away is the Shenandoah Valley near Plymouth, California. Though not as well known as the Napa Valley or Sonoma Valley viticulture regions of California, the Shenandoah Valley was once the principal viticulture region of California. Shenandoah Valley is home to over 40 different wineries.