Glen was our wonderful guide for this event! We got to see and hear a ton of music history and for our group of 9 it was great! It is also nice that it was our own personal tour! We highly recommend this tour! Go and take in the sights of music history!
Rock & Roll Tour
London’s Rock Heritage
Stories of Talent and Tragedy
If you love Rock & Roll, this is the private tour for you. On this 2 hour walking tour with a private guide you’ll discover the amazing heritage of London as a hub for rock music, and rock star lifestyles. Discover stories from rock’s greatest legends, from the Beatles and Bowie, to Tina Turner and the Rolling Stones.
This private tour includes
Seeing where the rock legends lived, worked, and played in central London
Finding the studios where iconic tracks were recorded
Hearing stories of electrifying London gigs and rebellious performances
Discovering how London shaped the future of Rock & Roll
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£240 by public transport
6 – 14 Guests
£290 by public transport
If you would like to do this tour with a chauffeured vehicle or for groups of over 14 guests, please email email@example.com.
10am – 1pm
2pm – 5pm
Your hotel or apartment (London transport zones 1 & 2)
Every day, year-round
This tour doesn’t run 24th-26th December.
If you would like a tour on these days, please email our team at firstname.lastname@example.org
London public transport
If you’d like to do this tour in another language, please email REQUESTS@TOTALLYTAILORED.COM.
Just How Rock & Roll is London?
Very – all rock’s legends have lived, loved, recorded or performed in London at some point in their careers. From classic rock to metal, blues to punk, London has seen it all.
50 years of Beatles History
Explore the hidden backstreet where the Beatles lived together as young musicians, and gaze up at the the rooftop where the Beatles held their last concert.
Where Classic Rock Meets Classical Music
We’ll show you the elegant townhouse where some of Jimi Hendrix’s most legendary songs were composed, and where 300 years before the composer Handel also lived.
Studios to the Stars
Roam through Soho spotting the historic recording venues, where artists as eclectic as The Kinks and The Who, Elton John and Tina Turner made iconic records.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are your tours private?
Yes, all our tours are private and can be customized to our guests’ interests.
Do you visit Abbey Road?
This itinerary doesn’t include Abbey Road, since it’s a long journey from Central London. Our guides will be happy to direct you there after your tour for an independent visit.
If you’d like to include a walk across the iconic crossing in a custom tour, please email REQUESTS@TOTALLYTAILORED.COM.
Does the tour include entry to the Handel & Hendrix museum?
The tour does not include an interior visit to Handel & Hendrix in London, since external guides are not allowed to lead tours inside. We do enjoy its beautiful townhouse facade.
If you’d like to include an interior tour of the Handel & Hendrix Museum in a custom tour, please email REQUESTS@TOTALLYTAILORED.COM.
Do you accommodate large groups?
This tour is designed for groups of up to 14 guests. If you’d like to take the tour with a larger group, please email email@example.com and we will do our very best to accommodate you.
Should I tip my guide?
Tips for your guide are never expected, but they do show you think your guide did a brilliant job! If you would like to tip your guide, please do so directly during the tour (10 – 15% is customary).
Have More Questions?
Check Out Our FAQ Page or Get in Touch at London@totallytailored.com
Guests Love Our Tours
London Tailored Tours organized a tailored tour for the 3 of us with the focus in both Queens (the Queen and the Band Queen). Our guide was Glenn, a cool guy, musician, boxing fan, multi-talented and very accommodating guide. He inserted some quiz questions during the 3 hours walking tour, because he figured that our 11 year old Izzy likes making quiz. He asked questions related to the locations we visited. GREAT! We saw all the key locations of the Queen and then visited some spots that are connected to the Band Queen. We finished at a pub near Trident studio, where Queen used to have some pints while recording Bohemian Rhapsody.
I did not feel like I was on a tour but rather being shown around town by a long lost friend. Definitely worth every pound.