London Rock Music Tour
Reviewed by: Peter K, August 2014
This was a small group tour which visited a number of places of historical and current interest.
The guide was very knowledgeable and did his best to tailor the tour to the customers interests. He was able to provide many interesting anecdotes.
Traffic means that the bus cannot stop at all sites of interest but many sites of interest were visited.
Very good if you are interested in the history of rock and roll.
Reviewed by: debriebe, August 2014
This was so much fun and our guide was incredibly knowledgeable about rock and roll history
Reviewed by: Tracey M, August 2014
Great value for money learnt a lot and bob the tour guild had a lot of knowledge found the the very interesting and the best part was going across abbey road great afternoon wauld do a whole day next time
Reviewed by: Frank B, August 2014
It was one the highlights of my visit to London. Wish the tour was longer. Next time will take the full day tour!!!
Reviewed by: robert m, August 2014
Wonderful last day treat for a teenaged grand daughter. SOOO much info and a lot of fun.
Reviewed by: Cindy D, August 2014
Loved it. Our guide was so knowledgeable about music history. Loved seeing all the places I always heard about while growing up. Highly recommend this tour if your a Beatle fan or fan of British music.
Reviewed by: Kate S, July 2014
Steve was a great guide - very knowledgeable and engaging. The bus was comfortable and we saw Paul McCartney's office as well as a former home where one of his fans got into his house "through the bathroom window." Hence, the windows now have iron bars on them! We also heard stories about Elton John, The Sex Pistols, Pink Floyd, Led Zepplin, etc. We drove by Amy Winehouse's home where there were still items fans had left outside in memory of her and her great talent. Overall, I would highly recommend it. There's also an afternoon tour that we didn't go on that covered different artists that the morning tour didn't cover. Each tour lasts about three hours.