London Rock 'n' Roll History Tour
- Get snapped crossing Abbey Road like the Beatles
- Check out the birthplace of the Kinks
- See where Hendrix burned his first guitar
- Discover Pink Floyd's homes and recording studio
- See the gig sites of historic Sixties gigs
On today's tour you'll see Macca's Golden Disc covered office and the flat where he wrote 'Yesterday', Ringo's Hampstead house, and the only flat shared by all Fab Four. And, naturally, you'll also get to walk across the famed 'Abbey Road' crossing.
Then, there's Madness' Camden Town and Chalk Farm, the famed 'Tin Pan Alley', the Kinks' Muswell Hill 'shrine', and Rod Stewart's family home and school. See where the Floyd's cut 'The Wall'. You'll pass Boy George, George Michael and Sting's homes. See where Jimmy Page cut his first disc, where Joe Meek killed his landlady and where The Clash cut 'London Calling'. Gig sites and clubs include the legendary UFO, Klooks Kleek, the Rainbow, Marquee, 100 Club, Roxy, Ronnie Scotts, Roundhouse and Hope and Anchor.
Other sites covered on this fantabulous tour relate to the Police, Rod Stewart, Bonzo Dog Doh Dah Band, Graham Bond, Elton John, The Clash, Alexis Corner, Ginger Baker, Fairport Convention, Bob Dylan, Eurythmics, and more modern icons such as Amy Winehouse and Coldplay.
- Fully-guided tour
- People with mobility impairments
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The Original London Visitor Center , 17-19 Cockspur Street, off Trafalgar Square, London, SW1Y 5BL. Nearest underground stations are Piccadilly Station or Charing Cross. Please arrive 10 minutes prior to the tour departure to check in.Open in Google Maps ⟶