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Pass By: Soho, London England
Early gig sites, former recording studios, former offices and the theatre once owned by the Fab Four plus McCartney's offices. Fans of Beatles, The Who, Stones, Bowie, Hendrix. See hang outs, clubs and learn of the roots of rock from the jazz, R&B and blues scenes.
Pass By: Camden Market, 32 Camden Lock Place, London NW1 8AF England
See where Amy Winehouse lived, hung out and passed away; Stomping grounds for hippie London, The Clash, then Madness in the 80s, Oasis and their Brit Pop rivalries in the 90s. Glimpse the world-famous Camden Markets and canal
Stop At: 3 Abbey Road, London NW8 9AY England
Walk across the famous Abbey Road crossing outside the recording studio.
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Abbey Road Studios, 3 Abbey Road, London NW8 9AY England
See the outside of the recording studio used by the Beatles and walk across famous Abbey Road crossing!
Duration: 10 minutes
Pass By: Tin Pan Alley, Denmark Street, London WC2H 8NJ England
Stop by ‘Tin Pan Alley,’ where the Rolling Stones and others cut their first discs, where Ringo bought his drums, early days for Elton John, Bowie, Sex Pistols and more.
Pass By: Chelsea, London England
Heart of Swingin' 60s London - the psychedelic swirl of music, fashion, art, photography...and more music! The Kings Road has it all. Places of interest for Beatles, Stones, Clapton, Pink Floyd and so many more
Pass By: Kensington High Street Station Kensington High Street, London W8 5SA England
The heart of Queen and Freddie Mercury, Bohemian Rhapsody, Biba fashion and a comfort stop at Bill Wyman’s Sticky Fingers restaurant
Pass By: Notting Hill, London W2 England
Notting Hill - more than just a famous film! Area full of recording studios, famous homes, film locations, London's Caribbean connections and where rock royalty passed away
Pass By: Vivienne Westwood World's End, 430 King's Rd, Chelsea, London SW10 0LJ, UK
Cradle of the punk movement
Stop At: Sticky Fingers, 1 Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, London W8 7QB, UK
Comfort stop at Bill Wyman's restaurant
Duration: 10 minutes
Pass By: Islington Green, 222 Upper Street, London N1 1XR England
North London neighbourhood with heritage of Pink Floyd, punk bands, pioneers of digital music, Adele and Elton John
The Original Tour London Sightseeing, 17-19 Cockspur St, St. James's, London SW1Y 5BL, UK
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This tour was one of the best highlights during my time in London. Ian was simply the best! His knowledge and passion for British rock history is amazing. The full day tour included great sites and Ian picked out the perfect soundtrack along the way. Everything from skiffle roots to current day Brit Rock! I would do this tour again in a heartbeat!
Tour guide Lee has a great sense of humor and was amazingly knowledgable about so many artists. We stopped for pictures at multiple homes and venues of famous rock and roll stars. The fact that this was a small group made it that much more enjoyable. Got much more than we expected.
We did the morning and afternoon tour and the stories were so very interesting that he tied into the places, it was very unique. Our favorites were the Who studio, Queen's first debut, and Abbey road of course! He had so much experience, we had no problems getting all the pictures we wanted. I highly recommend this tour for any rock fan!
it was a really good tour , the guide was great and besides all the music related information , what a way to see all of those different parts of london
We recently finished spending a month in England. I scheduled this music tour for the first day after our arrival. When we finished, my husband said, "If I don't do anything else the rest of our trip, our trip was a success!" This was over-the-top wonderful. Lee was our guide. We were blown away by how much he knew. We can't say enough how great he was as our tour guide. Our tour was fun, fascinating, and entertaining. We consider this a MUST if you love rock music.
AWESOME! As a music lover. Tour was magnificent. Guy the guide is very knowledgeable. Patient with a bunch of 60 year old rock and rollers. He made tour very enjoyable. Will do again if I visit London again
Our party of four saved this outing for our last day in London. The guide, Colin, and our driver, Clive, were both excellent. We were able to see so many places that music started from in the 60-70's, with the highlight being the Beatles and Stones. The interesting stories of that era and highlights of their houses, and hangouts, and concert sites were something that we never would have found on our own. Our group had 16 or 18 people on our comfortable coach. Near the end, we got to see and walk across Abbey Road. I think everyone on our bus was very happy that they booked this excursion.
A great tour of the rock history of London, highly recommend it to anyone with an interest in the Rock era. A very knowledgeable tour guide made the tour a great experience
Well worth money and time, bus comfortable, Al the tour guide very knowledgeable and helpful, nothing was too much trouble. Driver was very good. One of the best tours I have been on.
Rest of our family really into rock and this was entertaining for them. Our guide Jim was very good...tho his bus had limited AC so we ended up opening windows. The family really enjoyed seeing the areas where history was made/recorded/lived. Worthwhile for rockers.
Music lovers! This is the ideal way to discover London's rock music history. Choose either the morning or afternoon tour, or book them both for a comprehensive full day London Rock Music tour. These small-group tours (maximum 16 people) cover everything from rock 'n' roll landmarks in bohemian Soho to the north London neighborhoods of Camden Town and Islington (morning tour 09:00 - approx 12:30) and the heart of swingin' 60s Chelsea and the Kings Road, Kensington, Notting Hill (14:00 - approx 17:30.) And YES you get the St Johns Wood to walk across the famed Abbey Road crossing!