Rock Music Tour – discover London’s rock music historyComments Off on Rock Music Tour – discover London’s rock music history
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 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, Hampstead Village and Heath, Muswell Hill, Archway and Islington.
Full Day Tour
Full-day Rock Music Tour combining the morning and afternoon tour to give you the very best of London’s rock music history. Departs 9am.
Morning Rock Music Tour including Pink Floyd’s studio and band members’ homes, Hendrix, Page and Clash sites, Amy Winehouse’s Camden, McCartney’s office, Soho Clubs and Abbey Road. Departs 9am.
Afternoon Rock Music Tour including sites connected with The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, the Beatles and much more. Departs Summer 2pm or Winter 1pm.
London Rock Music Tour
London Rock Music Full Day Small Group Tour
Transport by air-conditioned minivan (maximum 16)
Hotel pickup and drop off
Food and drinks, unless specified
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Vehicles are collapsible wheelchair accessible, however the driver is unable to assist passengers boarding and disembarking due to insurance regulations
Morning Tour (3.5 Hours):
Take a tour through historic London neighborhoods including Soho, Islington and Camden Town, and discover where many of the wild adventures in the history of rock ‘n’ roll took place. Pass Paul McCartney’s Golden Disc-covered office and the flat where he wrote the Beatles hit song ‘Yesterday.’ You’ll also see the flat shared by the Fab Four and walk across the famous Abbey Road crossing outside the recording studio.
Stop by ‘Tin Pan Alley,’ where the Rolling Stones cut their first disc, and check out the Pink Floyd studios. Sites of other famous events include the place where Jimi Hendrix burned his first guitar, where Jimmy Page cut his first disc and where Amy Winehouse lived and died. Pass more than 50 additional sites connected with U2, The Clash, the Sex Pistols, Queen, The Who, Zombies, Madness, Elton John and more.
Afternoon Tour (3.5 Hours):
On the afternoon tour, see famous gig sites, clubs, rock hotels, record labels, management offices and studios. Highlights include walking across the famed Abbey Road crossing and seeing where Paul still lives. You will also see where Jimi Hendrix lived and died, where Freddie Mercury and Queen hung out, and Led Zeppelin’s HQ. You’ll see sites connected with The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton and Cream, Pink Floyd, Bob Marley, Elton John, the Beatles, The Sex Pistols, Bowie, The Who and many more.
Full-Day Tour (8 Hours):
A combination of the morning tour, followed by the afternoon tour.
Please note that tour route is subject to change without notice due to weather or traffic conditions.