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- Visit Beatles-related locations in London on a 3-hour morning or afternoon walking tour
- Learn interesting facts about the fabulous Beatles era in London from your knowledgeable guide
- Visit famous sites like Abbey Road and the Beatles' Apple Studio
- Discover what inspired John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison
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What You Can Expect
Visit the Apple Studio, where the Beatles recorded most of their music and famously gave their last live performance atop the building, which you may recognize from the Beatles documentary Let it Be. Hear the story behind the band’s beautiful song, “Hey, Jude” and sing along with your guide! If you’re a true Beatles fan, you may also recognize more famous settings during your tour from other feature films, like Hard Day's Night and Help.
Stop at the location where John Lennon gave his well-known "Bigger than Jesus" interview, and see some of the artists’ homes, like Paul McCartney's house and John Lennon’s famous apartment he shared with Yoko Ono (and where Jimi Hendrix once lived too!).
And, of course, this wouldn't be a Beatles tour without a visit to Abbey Road. Follow in the Beatles’ footsteps as you cross the iconic street where the album cover for Abbey Road was shot.
Choose either the morning or afternoon Beatles London walking tour. You will use public transportation on this tour, so be prepared with a charged Oyster card or a valid ticket. But don’t worry, you can also purchase one at the start of the tour.
Thank you Gill for this moment spent with you and the Beatles! :) It was a really nice tour, with a lot of explanation. Our guide, Gill, was very nice and patient. To her boss: yes, she did a great job, you can trust her! ;) Thanks again! We will remember London and the Beatles for a long time. Choose this tour without a doubt! :)
Adrien was very knowledgeable, thoughtful and enthusiastic. No Beatles tour of the UK should go without this tour. You'll never find some of these sites on your own nor might you learn of the stories around them.