Reviewed by: Natalie S, February 2017
Loved it, an interesting way to tour the sites of London with a different spin on the cities history. Loved the bakery stop and especially walking Abbey Road.
Reviewed by: Leslie B, January 2017
Highly recommend this tour. So easy to see all the special sites and learn the inside stories. Walking acros the road at Abbey road is a life event.
Reviewed by: Mona T, January 2017
This tour was awesome! Our guide took us to many of the spots where the music from London was inspired or created. Some of the spots we went to of course Abby Road, the Sticky Fingers restaurant where there was many Rolling Stones memorabilia hanging on the walls. We also drove to some of the rock stars homes such as Paul McCartney, Jimmy Page and Freddie Mercury. Bob our tour guide was a great storyteller of the history and facts of the London music scene. Played some great tunes as we were driving from place to place. I would definitely take this tour again. Probably would go the whole day next time.
Reviewed by: Ellen G, January 2017
This was absolutely the perfect trip down memory lane combined with a hell of a ride around London. Our guide couldn't have known more or done a better job. Just the greatest guy.
Reviewed by: Gabriel O, December 2016
What a guy! To start, I committed a mistake and lost the tour on Saturday and he was very very kind to let me go on Sunday. The knowledge that he has about London history and rock history is unusual if you think that you know anything about rock we are wrong!. Besides the rock music he will bring you to some of the most beautiful and interesting places in London. I wish it was longer and with more opportunities to stop the car and see the places, because they are beautiful.
Reviewed by: Olivia R, December 2016
Recently I took the London Rock Music Tour, not only was it fun about also lot's of interesting stories about the sites we visited. I took photos at Sticky Fingers restaurant and other sites. The music played while on the tour was great also. For me going to visit Abbey Road was the high lite and also where The Beatles played their last concert on the roof top.
Reviewed by: sandra.houghton, December 2016
What a fun filled few hours. As soon as we got into the van the music was on, creating the atmosphere and we were off on our tour. Our guide was witty and full of information. The highlight for me was walking across the zebra crossing at Abbey Road.