The Swinging Sixties

Soho through the eyes of The Beatles

Available Privately

Family Friendly Walking Tour History

• London's best Beatles tour
• Unrivalled insight and stories from their number one fan
• Walk over the world's most famous zebra crossing

What Nick says
Nick Boulos is one of Britain’s leading travel writers. Read more Nick Boulos is a multi award-winning travel writer and editor and the founder of MakeMyDay. He has spent more than ten years writing for the world’s leading publications including the Sunday Times, Washington Post, National Geographic and the Guardian.

"From the birthplace of Beatlemania to the rooftop where they played their last ever gig, this tour reveals the Fab Four in a brand new light. Not only will you be taken to the spot where you’re most likely to bump into Sir Paul McCartney (camera phones at the ready) but you’ll also see the band’s former recording studio, the seedy backstreet bar where they once mingled with the Rolling Stones and where they had a run in the law – all revealed by their number one fan. The cherry on the cake? Walking over the famous zebra crossing at Abbey Road."

- English speaking guide

Other important info:

This tour will see you take a short tube journey (not included).

Group size: max 15.

There are no audio headsets.
This tour runs in all weathers.

Meeting point supplied upon booking.

Refunds and changes: not permitted. 

This tour is also available privately at a time and date to suit you. Please contact us:

Customer Reviews

"What an awesome tour. Richard is a very good tour guide. Very knowledgeable about the Beatles and had great stories as well. Takes you to all the important places in London that related to the Beatles. Highlight is to actually cross the Abbey Road crosswalk. We would highly recommend this walking tour." Penny L
West End
2.5 hours

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