Reviewed by: Susan B, December 2016
Had a great time riding around London with our guide Ian hearing the stories and seeing the sites of Rock and Roll history. We did the afternoon tour and are already planning to do the morning one as well on our return trip! You can tell this wasn't just a job for Ian, music is a passion of his which made the tour that much more enjoyable. Plus he made an effort to get to know us and what we were most interested in to make sure he pointed out special things we'd like. Would highly recommend this tour!
Reviewed by: Janet B, United States of America, November 2016
This is a must for any music history fan. The guide was cool, knowledgeable and answered all my questions. I was in awe of the places he brought us to like Freddy Mercury's house, Steve from Def Leppard and McCartneys. He gives you plenty of time for photos, takes some for you of the Abby Road and stops at the gift shop for memorable gifts. I loved the tour, guide, people at center were organized. One of my favorite tours ever.
Reviewed by: Marie P, November 2016
This is an excellent way to see the places in London you've heard about. But it's an even better way to hear the stories and see places that only someone who's lived it can share. Thanks Ian! It was a brillant way for two Canadians to spend a Sunny Sunday Afternoon.
Reviewed by: Gilbert S, November 2016
Small group and great guide who was really plugged into the London Alternative music scene. We took a friend who had lived in the area for three years and he said that he never knew a lot of what we heard and saw. Highly recommended, tour left right on time.
Reviewed by: auntyannknits, November 2016
Our guide Ian was fantastic. He made the tour very personal. He really knows his rock history. We took the full day tour and in the morning it was just me and my husband. Ian took us to where David Bowie took the photo of his cover for Ziggy Stardust, and we also took pictures in front of Paul McCartney Studios. Not only did we learn more about rock and roll, we also learned about some of London's famous landmarks as we were passing them. We learned of the inspiration of songs then went by some of the places where the inspiration came from. We saw where Elton John learned to play piano, and where Pink Floyd went to school to become architects then instead went onto become a great band. In the afternoon, we saw where Brian Epstein lived and died, Freddy Mercury's house, where he also died, and even stopped at Bill Wyman's Sticky Fingers bar. There were so many places we visited the list goes on and on. The highlight was walking across Abbey Road and trying not to get hit by a car! So much fun I would recommend this tour to any lovers of music.
Reviewed by: Sherri Brown Bell, United States of America, October 2016
Enjoyed all the music history and really enjoyed that's it's a small group tour, so lots of time to ask questions and interact with the guide, and the others on the tour.
Reviewed by: Christine S, October 2016
Wonderful trip.for my husbands birthday as staying in London.a job to find place to meet off Trafalgar square as advised to get off at Piccadilly!!!the guide called bob was soooooo knowlegable.we were gone for nearly 4hours with a toilet stop.hard trying to get photos of us walking across abbey road crossing but got one!well worth trip if you like music.