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

Rock and Roll Soho: Exploring the Old Haunts of The Beatles

Product ID: 227407
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Be taken back to the 1960’s London to see the places that were breeding grounds of Rock and Roll music that shook the world.
About this activity
Duration 1.5 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
English
Wheelchair accessible
Easy cancellation
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

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Experience

Highlights
  • Learn the story of London’s Rock’n’Roll revolution in the streets where it actually took place
  • Visit clubs, pubs and restaurants that were once the stomping grounds of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Queen, Jimi Hendrix, and more
  • Go with a music enthusiast guide who knows all the stories and trivia behind the great bands of the Brit Rock explosion
Full description
In the 1960s, London was the epicenter of a huge shift in pop culture as a new style of music burst into the world. Today it is called Rock and Roll. This tour pieces together the story of those days by taking you to the bars, clubs and recording studios that launched some of the biggest names in music history. You’ll see places where Jimi Hendrix performed before he was discovered, a tiny nightclub where the Beatles and Rolling Stones hung out together, the studio that, at various points, hosted, David Bowie, Queen, and the Beatles, and many more sights where the sounds of that era came to fruition.

Hear interesting facts and outrageous stories about the artists you love, from your knowledgable guide. See many of the monuments around town that celebrate the area's history. This small area played an monstrous role in Rock and Roll history and your walk through the area is like listening to the greatest hits of the era. 
Includes
  • Guided Walking Tour
  • Expert local guides
What’s Not Included
  • Gratuities
  • Hotel Pickup and drop-off

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Meeting point

Outside "Fortnum & Mason" shop, 181 Piccadilly.

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