Rock n Roll Walking Tour

Rock n Roll Walking Tour

Departs Monday- Sunday at 1.00pm from the Visitor Centre

See star-studded Soho in a whole new light, with our Rock n Roll walking tour! In 90 minutes, one of our experienced guides will bring to life London’s impressive music history, from the swinging sixties to the present day.

Visit the Scotch of St James club in Mason’s Yard, where the legendary Jimi Hendrix played his first and last UK gig. 

On the 30th January 1969, The Beatles climbed to the top of their Apple Corp headquarters and played their last ever concert. Let our guide fill you in on the events leading up to that historic moment! 

You’ll also get to see Trident Studios, the most prolific place to record in the late sixties. Trident Studios is hailed as a sacred place by music fans across the globe and has helped to launch world-famous artists such as David Bowie, Queen, Elton John and Black Sabbath. 

There’s plenty of hidden sites that you don’t want to miss on the Rock n Roll Walking Tour. We guarantee that there is no better way to learn about popular culture and the rich music tapestry that London has to offer. Join us, every day from 1.00pm from The Original Tour visitor centre. 

Purchase a 24-hour or 48-hour Original Tour bus ticket to enjoy this free Rock n Roll Walking Tour! 

We have two other tours on offer! Check out the Changing of the Guard Walking Tour and our Jack the Ripper Walking Tour now.