Beatles Walking Tour of London

London, England (3)


The Beatles walked the streets of London in 1964. The tour was a huge success and is still remembered today. The Beatles were a unique and groundbreaking band and their music has influenced many other musicians. The tour is a great example of how a band can connect with their fans and create a lasting legacy.


Tour Duration: 180 min

Beatles Walking Tour of London

We start off at probably the most famous road crossing in the world at Abbey Road, just a few feet from the Abbey Road Studios then visit the home of Sir Paul McCartney who has lived there for over 50 years. A short journey on the tube will takes us to posh and fancy Mayfair and he will will visit various homes and places important to the story of The Beatles including the offices where many of them married, the former home of John Lennon then to the only home where they all lived after arriving from Liverpool. To Piccadilly to see the location of their final public performance before walking through the vibrant district of Soho which was & still is renowned for its music and entertainment to see where The Beatles got some of their memorable outfits made, where their famous logo was designed and much more. Throw in a touch of the Rolling Stones, a smattering of David Bowie, the chance to visit parts of London off the usual tourist routes & it all makes for a great tour.

What's included

Below are items that the provider has stated are included with Beatles Walking Tour of London at no additional cost

  • Private Guided Tour

What's NOT included

Below are items that the tour provider of Beatles Walking Tour of London has stated that may cost an additional fee if desired.

  • London Underground Ticket.

Points Of Interest

  • 5 minutes: From the outside we'll see the Abbey Road Studios. Bring a pen and you can sign your names on the wall outside.
  • 5 minutes: A chance to walk on the famous Abbey Road crossing.
  • 5 minutes: See the outside of the beautiful home of Sir Paul McCartney,
  • 5 minutes: See the beautiful building where several Beatles weddings took place.
  • 10 minutes: This was the home of the Asher family. When Paul moved in with his girlfriend Jane, the basement was converted into a recording studio and it is here where many songs such as Yesterday and I Want To Hold Your Hand.
  • 10 minutes: Ringo leased this house and rented the basement to John and Yoko. Lots of famous events took place here including the famous drugs raid which saw them both arrested.
  • 5 minutes: This home was bought by Brian Epstein for The Beatles after their second number 1 hit, She Love You. The only house where they all lived together.
  • 5 minutes: This street is more famous for its fine tailoring but it was here that The Beatles created the Apple label and played their last ever performance together.
  • 10 minutes: The location of the Album cover photograph for the famous David Bowie album... and a few other sights too.
  • 5 minutes: One of the top clubs for bands to socialise in the 1960's and where Paul met Linda.
  • 5 minutes: See the mural that was the inspiration for the album cover of Sgt Pepper.
  • 5 minutes: Where The Beatles had their famous collar suits made.
  • 5 minutes: Where The Rolling Stones began
  • 5 minutes: The location for an iconic Beatles photo
  • 5 minutes: Where Brian Epstein bought the drum set from and had the iconic Beatles logo designed and put on the drum.
  • 5 minutes: Where The Beatles recorded Hey Jude. Countless other big stars recorded music here too.
  • 10 minutes: The offices of MPL, where Paul McCartney's business empire is run from.
  • 10 minutes: Many famous bands would eat at La Giaconda. Where amongst other things, John and Paul did a favour for The Rolling Stones by helping out with their first hit, I Want To Be Your Man.

Additional Information

  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
  • Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Your guide and yourself are welcome to wear face masks and we will keep to the UK law regarding social distancing.