London Rock Tours > Tour 5 – Why walk when you can take ‘A Ticket to Ride’
Tour 5 – Why walk when you can take ‘A Ticket to Ride’
Evening Tour: Spring and Summer only
Exclusively Beatle-related sites (well almost!)
The Beatles story is a tale of two cities; until 1962 they were a Liverpool ‘beat band ‘ but they achieved global dominance once they moved to London. It was London that made the Beatles, directly influencing their artistic development. It was London where they chose to live. Over 50 major Beatles sites are visited on this memorable evening tour, charting the ‘Beatlemania’ years from 1962 to 1969, and their solo years thereafter. No other London Beatle tour covers as many central London sites and locations in a single tour, or in such an entertaining and fun way! This is the perfect way to while-away a Summer’s eve, celebrating 50-years of the ‘Fab Four’, with lots of stops and photo opportunities.
The tour includes:
- The Scotch of St James Club and other Beatle club & pub ‘haunts’
- Historic early gig and show locations
- The art gallery where John met Yoko, and galleries where John staged his own art shows
- The only apartment where the Beatles lived together
- Where the band met the Maharishi Yogi
- Paul’s house of more then 40 years, and his Soho office
- Where ‘Live at the BBC’ recordings were made
- the only Soho basement club where the ‘Fab’s’ played
- Famed photo locations used for album covers and publicity shots
- the Manchester Square EMI offices
- Ringo’s flat
- Where they bought their famous Beatle suits, and Sgt Pepper outfits
- George Martin’s Air, Trident and De Lane Lea Studios – all contributing to the Beatle legend
- Where Paul wrote ‘Yesterday’ and where he worked on ‘Eleanor Rigby’
- John & Yoko’s apartment
- NEMS Offices & manager Brian Epstein’s house
- The Apple Boutique location
- Apple Corp Office and studio
- Film locations from Hard Day’s Night, Help! and Magical Mystery Tour
- The Abbey Road Crossing; and yes, you do get to walk across!
- The final live ‘performance’ roof-top concert site
- and you can’t avoid some Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix history when you’re discovering the history of the Beatles!
Your ‘Ticket to Ride’ includes live commentary from a specialist Beatle-guide who re-tells Beatle history as it happened, with music, memorabilia and photographs helping recreate those magic years.
To make a reservation send your date request to: email@example.com
Sunday to Friday evenings
From 6pm to 8.30pm, Mar 26 to Sep 08, 2017.
Departs from the Original Tour Visitor Centre,
17-19 Cockspur Street, Trafalgar Square.
See map for directions.
Adult £35/Child £25.00 (12 & under)
Nearest Underground Station:
Piccadilly Circus or Charing Cross.