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Went on the full day tour Oct 6th 2012, host was Mike, it was as described and much more. Mike originally from Chicago was 100% knowledgeable, traffic did limit us to some shorter stops but we all had a great time.Saw loads of eclectic places and plenty of time for photos of the hot spots, never a dull moment.
Sad to see some iconic spots now re-invented to other business uses but still memorable due to Mike's discussion. He answered all our questions and was a perfect host and guide and resource person. If you like the Rock and Roll history in London , this is it. I recommend the full day tour. great job.
I booked this tour for nine of us for my Husbands 50th Birthday. It was brilliant we all had such a great afternoon. Our tour guide really good and was very informative. We had plenty of time to view all the locations The Abbey Road crossing was my favourite part of the afternoon we couldn't stop laughing at the impatient drivers while we were taking photos on the crossing. The mini bus was very comfortable and the tour guide was a good driver. I would recommend this tour to anyone who loves music, very enjoyable
I loved this tour. The tour guide (I think his name was Bob) was wonderful! I believe he freelances. He was young and energetic and full of information. I had a great time on this tour!
Apart from dropping the car keys down a drain before we started, our guide was a walking encyclopedia of Rock! I learned so much about the London music scene as we travelled about Soho. Walking Abbey Rd and parking outside Paul McCartney's house was surreal. Would love to do it again.
We did the afternoon tour and really enjoyed it. Saw parts of London we hadn't been to before, and got the rock history. Great stop at Sticky Fingers Pub, and Abbey Road, of course!
This was a fun and informative tour. We got to see a lot of London that we would not have gotten to see. Make sure you stop in Hard Rock they have a small museum of rock and roll memorabilia.
Did both the morning and afternoon tours and they were well worth it. Fun and informative. Highly recommend!
This tour was AWESOME. We saw SO many sites! I did the full day tour and it was well worth it in my opinion if you are a true rock fan. Our guide was so knowledgeable and really knew how to tell a story! I really cant emphasize how many sites we saw. it was really great
If you like Rock Music, let Bruce show you around the rock music sites of London. This was highly informative and fun. I did the whole day, and it was a bit long, but I enjoyed every minute of it.
Absolutelty amazing!!!! One of the best tours I've ever been a part of. Bob's knowledge and ability to convey it to the entire group was tremendous. I wouldn't have any of my family or friends who travel to London miss this tour.
Bob was our tour guide and he was wonderful. We truly enjoyed this tour. Fun day.
We did the daytrip and loved it. Our guide brought pop/rock history alive, with Tin Pan Alley, Abbey Road (studio) and the houses of McCartney and Jagger and the the pub Sticky Fingers with the golden records of the Stones and the guitars of Bill Wyman. Absolutely Fabulous!
Very informative tour. Special thanks for taking us past lourdes as we wouldnt have got to see it otherwise. Oh and past robbie williams house was an extra bonus. Highlight was walking on Abbey road Thanks guys
It was very well documented, with thorough explanations and interesting stories about the musicians and the society in which they lived....I'm sorry to hear about his van.