1. United Kingdom
  2. South East England
  3. London

Bohemian Rapsody: Queen Era

Product ID: 196175
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On this tour you will see all the best Queen-related places in London.
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Duration 3 hours
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English, Russian
Wheelchair accessible
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  • See where Freddie lived with Mary in the 70s
  • Stop by the iconic pub, where Freddie met Brian, Roger, and Mary
  • Walk by the house where Freddie died and which is occupied by Mary Austin and her family
  • Discover where Freddie met Montserrat Caballe
  • See trident studios where bohemian rhapsody was recorded
Full description
London is a city of bizarre and curious places and stories. It is the birthplace of the most popular music band in the 70s and 80s – Queen. You will walk down the streets that still remember Freddie Mercury’s footsteps. Start your tour by seeing one of the major concert venues where Queen played several concerts, including the legendary Xmas concerts in 1975 and 1979. Follow your guide to the most popular recording studio, where ‘Who Wants to Live Forever’ and ‘Barcelona’ were recorded. You will also see another popular studio which was used for rehearsals.

Shortly after this, you will be taken to the place where Freddie lived with Mary Austin, to whom he dedicated one of his most famous songs, ‘Love of My Life’. Reaching Freddie’s former house you will continue your journey towards the flat which all of the band members shared in the early 70s. Stop by the iconic pub where Freddie met Mary, Brian, and Roger before you walk to the house where Freddie died and which is occupied by Mary Austin and her family. Afterwards you will explore the area which was Freddie's first flat.

You will walk through the place which was once a Kensington Market where Freddie was quite often seen selling shoes and art before seeing where Queen recorded all the songs for their first 2 albums. You will visit the Royal Opera House where Freddie used to go, and where he met Montserrat Caballe. Finish your tour by seeing the place of Freddie’s very last performance – in the ‘Time’ musical on 14th April 1988.

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Meeting point

In front of The Hand & Flower at 1 Hammersmith Rd, Hammersmith, London W14 8XJ, UK

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