Guided tour

A Ticket to Ride: Beatles in London Tour

Guided tour

A Ticket to Ride: Beatles in London Tour

From US$ 53.71 per person

Hop aboard an evening tour by mini-bus to visit all of the most important Beatles sites and locations throughout London. Your tour takes you on a long and winding road through Beatles and 1960s history.

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Duration 2.5 hours
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  • Experience London as the Fab Four did on this unique Beatles tour through London
  • Ride a minibus through the city with stops at all of the sights made famous by the band
  • See where the Beatles wrote their songs, posed for pictures, played legendary concerts, and much more
  • Take a walk across the famous Abbey Road Crossing
Full description

Follow the trail of the Beatles in London on a bus tour in the evening and admire the city lit up at night. Chart the ‘Beatlemania’ years from 1962 to 1969, and their solo years. Celebrate over 50-years of the ‘Fab Four’ as you visit Mayfair, Marylebone, St John's Wood, and the edge of Soho. Drop by the Scotch of St James Club and other Beatle clubs and pub haunts. Drive past famed photo locations used for album covers, publicity shots, and some of their films.

See some of the former homes and offices owned by the band members and their manager Brian Epstein. And they partied, and met their girlfriends and wives at the city’s clubs and art galleries.

See where they had important gigs, where they recorded, where they had their Apple businesses. You will also get to walk across the famed Abbey Road crossing near the famous recording studio.

  • Minibus transport
  • Fully guided tour
  • Walk across Abbey Road crosswalk
    Not suitable for
    • Wheelchair users

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    Meeting point

    Meet at the Duke of York Column Monument, St. James's, at the junction of Waterloo Place and Carlton House Terrace. Directions from Piccadilly Circus tube station: Use Regent Street St James’s exit, stay straight, cross Pall Mall, and stay straight until the road ends in front of the Duke of York Column Monument. Wait by the base of the monument, which is at top of The Mall steps, for your London Rock Tour guide.

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    4.6 /5

    based on 171 reviews

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    This tour was way above my expectations. Ian Luck our Beatles expert guide made this tour memorable. He shared so many stories and facts as we drove through the tour and shared important pictures and documents during stops. As points of interest were coming up, he clearly indicated where to look, what to look for and made sure everyone had a good view. He shared extra trivia as a bonus (Hendrix, Clapton, Billy Fury, Elton John, etc.) A quick but really fun tour. I wish they would add an hour for a pint at one of the pub stop so Ian could share even more stories.

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    August 10, 2022

    This tour was one the highlights of my trip. I'm not even a huge Beatles fan. Of course I know about them and their songs, but I'm not an avid fan. That being said, this trip was so interesting. It was truly fascinating seeing where the band members live, Paul Mc Cartney's home and we totally love our Abbey Road picture. We saw and learned a lot more too but I don't want to spoil it for you! The tour guide was great. Very knowledgeable and a genuinely nice person. I highly recommend it!

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    June 29, 2022

    I took this tour with my husband two sons and my sister who is the BIG Beatles fan and I must say Ian was awesome. He was extremely knowledgeable in music in general, and was a wealth of information about the Beatles. He went above and beyond and was extremely hospitable. We told him that it was our first time in London and he gave us so many wonderful suggestions on where to eat and what to see.

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    June 29, 2022

    Product ID: 16513