Meeting Point: Exit 1, Tottenham
Court Road Underground Station
All roads once lead to Rome… now they lead to London.
In terms of rock’n’roll this is an inarguable fact. Big bucks may
well be made in Hollywood… but rock’n’roll reputations are made
here in The Big Smoke. The cast list of this NEW London Walk reads
as a who’s who of the music: The Beatles, The Rolling Stones,
The Who, Pink Floyd, Jimi Hendrix, David Bowie, The Sex Pistols,
The Clash, Blur and Oasis. Each act has a London tale to tell,
often a tale so decadent that Caligula himself would blush*. London
Calling. Lend an ear. Guided by Adam, Richard or Rex.
There is no need to book for this tour - just turn
up at the meeting point
The tour lasts just over two hours and costs 10pounds per person
(8 pounds for full-time students and people aged 65+). Children
under 15 go free if accompanied by an adult.
The World famous Marquee Club
Where the Beatles first played in London
Where the Rolling Stones recorded their
The former coffee bar where Cliff Richard
and Tommy Steele were discovered
The theatre where Jimi Hendrix, Pink
Floyd and Cream all played in the same month!
The site of the infamous UFO Club - the
ultimate pyschedelic meeting place
The street known as London's Tin Pan Alley
The pub where Jimi Hendrix and Eric
The pub where Rod Stewart first met Ronnie
Where members of the Sex Pistols lived and made their
Are you ready to be transported back in time to the most defining
decade of 20th century Britain? This unique music heritage experience
will captivate you with original music from the era while you learn
about the cultural revolution that spawned Swinging 60s London.
Experienced and friendly tour guides will welcome you on board
our original 1960s London bus to be transported through the very
cradle of the 60s music genre – Richmond upon Thames, home to legendary
Crawdaddy Club, Eel Pie Island and the Richmond Jazz and Blues Festival.
Additional tours to include seminal music venues and historical
locations around London are coming soon.
Live music events at One Kew Road (previously the Station Hotel
home to the original Crawdaddy Club where The Rolling Stones secured
their first residency back in February 1963) will feature 60s legends
alongside the finest tribute bands in the country. Early online
booking is highly recommended as tickets on the door may not be
Our inaugural ‘sell out’ music event on 22nd December 2015 featured
the legendary 60s All Stars with John Dee from The Foundations,
Alan Lovell from The Swinging Blue Jeans, Del Mandel from the George
Harrison Band and the ever youthful Kinks drummer Mick Avory.
THE 60s MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR
3 HOUR TOUR INCLUDING STOPS – SOME WALKING
This extensive tour offers something very special for 60s music
lovers as we stop by the resplendent homes of notable musicians
and historic figures, capture the views that inspired famous artists
and visit locations that played host to many world famous groups
and acts. The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Rod Stewart, Eric Clapton,
The Kinks, Manfred Mann, The Who, David Bowie, The Animals, Elton
John, Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, Genesis plus many more began their
illustrious careers on our local stages and many still live in the
area today. Our experienced Blue Badge Tour Guide is waiting to
tell you all about it!
25 pounds + BOOKING FEE
Next tour Sunday 27th March - for more details and to book tickets