Soho Square

Soho Square: Our most recommended tours and activities

Central London Bar Crawl and Nightlife Tour

1. Central London Bar Crawl and Nightlife Tour

Live and feel the pulse of London's famous nightlife with this action-packed bar and club crawl through the city's West End (Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus and Soho)! Enjoy free entry to five of the city's best bars and clubs, and get to the know the London nightlife for yourself. Make your way through the best spots in Piccadilly, Leicester Square, and Soho, and at each venue, enjoy a complimentary shot to help you get in the party mood. Get to know fellow travelers or London locals, as well as your cheeky but charming guides, as you enjoy great drinks deals all night. Drinking in London doesn't have to be expensive, you just have to know where to be and who to go there with.

London: Private Beatles Taxi Tour

2. London: Private Beatles Taxi Tour

Embark on a guided private taxi tour with expert guides who will share their passion for The Beatles, detailing their escapades in London. See sites frequented by the Fab Four, hear fascinating anecdotes, and visit the famous Abbey Road crossing. Starting at Sloane Square, this tour takes in the locations in London that are synonymous with The Beatles. See where the band lived, where they worked, and where they fell in love. Along the way you will visit the home and offices of Brian Epstein, 'the fifth Beatle' who was instrumental in the band's British and international success in the 1960s and hear how he sadly died in the home which had been used by The Beatles for photoshoots, and launch parties. You will also visit the location of the famous Trident Studios where hits such as 'Hey Jude' were recorded and hear how some of the leading instrumentalists of the day were used in recordings such as 'Lady Madonna'. See where Paul and Ringo got married, where the band filmed part of their hit film 'A Hard Day's Night', and hear how John almost causes a right royal incident in front of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. Finishing at the internationally renowned The London Palladium, your guide will explain how the term Beatlemania was coined and how The Beatles even today are still the most successful musical act of all time.

London: Rock&Roll City Exploration Game

3. London: Rock&Roll City Exploration Game

Be led on an exciting self-guided tour around the legendary streets of London while playing a mobile-based quest with your friends and family. Solve clues and discover iconic places, recreate epic album covers, and put your musical knowledge to the test. Download the app, go to the starting point, and begin the adventure. Take a walk through Soho and follow clues to uncover the truth about the mysterious Soho Noses and find out why it’s called the birthplace of rock ’n’ roll. Unlock secrets about the places you visit as you solve puzzles and guess the answers. See London’s own Tin Pan Alley, named after its twin sister in New York, and visit the hotel where you can dine in John Lennon’s old jail cell. Use the clues to lead you from one site to another. Each clue provides you with exact directions so you won't need a map, GPS, or guide. Complete the tour in about 1.5 hours, however, there’s no time limit, allowing you to go at your own pace. Play as a group or split into smaller groups/teams and compete against the others. Each person can also play on their own, separate from the group, and meet the group at the end of the tour.

London Soho Guided Walking Tour

4. London Soho Guided Walking Tour

Your tour of Soho will take you through Piccadilly Circus, the Time Square of London, and through a maze of streets leading to Chinatown. In between, you’ll discover the hub of musical revolutions including the venue where Jimi Hendrix first performed in the city. Music buffs will delight to discover the spot where the term “Beatlemania” was coined, and where hits like “Bohemian Rhapsody” were recorded. Beyond music, you’ll discuss the women’s suffrage movement at Golden Square. A deadly cholera outbreak is the topic of choice on Broad Street, where you’ll hear about the original John Snow. Stroll Greek Street to hear how Soho influenced former residence, Karl Marx. At Soho Square, you’ll learn about some of the district’s earliest nobility, often eclipsed by the current tenants, the lively LGBT community who congregate at local bars. End up in Chinatown, where you’ll momentarily forget you’re in London and relax over a plate or three of dumplings before hitting up Soho’s energetic nightlife.

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What people are saying about Soho Square

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 224 reviews

Met some amazing people and danced my a$$ off. Made my last night in London super memorable. Jess was awesome and made sure our group had an incredible night. Highly recommended.

Shots and drink deals where wonderful! experienced guides made the night feel so well organized and safe!! Sabrina is super funny!!

It was true nostalgia and so exciting to see these sites in person. Tony was a wonderful guide.

I was nervous before hand but jess really made it a night to remember.

Livley clubs, and out host jess was super lovely and chatty