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London Beatles Walks will be back on the streets from August 1st!!!!¬ For more details see #publictours

New Virtual Tour! The Beatles in West London!

We all know that John, Paul, George and Ringo were born and grew up in Liverpool, but it was only when The Beatles came to London in 1962 did their popularity explode across the world.

Join us LIVE, on this 90 minute guided tour as we take you back to the many locations in West London where they worked, performed and played. From their eventful meeting with The Rolling Stones in April 1963 and film locations around Twickenham Studios, to where some of their last photographs were taken together in 1969.

As you travel along the streets of London, you’ll get LIVE commentary from our co-host, ‘Beatles Brain of Britain’, Richard Porter, who will show you photos and videos relating to the locations we visit and answer any questions you have.

To book for the tour go to

Tuesdays and Saturdays at 11.00 am

From Marylebone Underground (Bakerloo Line)

Sundays at 11.00 am, Thursdays at 11.00 am

From Tottenham Court Road Underground (Exit 1) (Northern Line, Central Line)

Friday at 2.00 pm

From Tottenham Court Road Underground (Northern Line)

Coming soon

Richard can also custom design a tour to meet your needs.

  • Visit the sites you are interested to see or let Richard choose the best places for you.
  • You can see many places not scheduled on the regular tours.
  • Arrange a tour at a time to suit you.
  • See everything at your own pace without a crowd of other tourists.
  • Richard can pick you up from your hotel or any place convenient for you in Central London.
  • The private tour can be for one person or any size group of people.

Prices for private tours start at £160 per group for a two-hour tour.

By special arrangement. Contact Richard


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We loved it! Quotes and testimonials about London Beatles Walks

‘Dear Richard, Thank you for making our vacation in London one that we will hold very dear in our memories. Andrew so enjoyed your gifted…
The Cohens, USA
I did both of Richard Porter’s walking tours on my pilgrimage to England. They were both fantastic. Richard truly knows his stuff and this lifelong…
Ed Rascati
Richard Porter, the founder of the London Beatles Fan Club and holder of the Beatles Brain of Britain title, acted as our tour guide. Incredibly…
Lynn Wallace, FS
Dear Richard, from all of us here at MJI, I would like to extend a big THANK YOU to you for helping make our Abbey…
Anita Jacobs, Event Manager, MJI Broadcasting
Richard delighted in telling us of the time he led a tour past Abbey Road and Paul McCartney, the cute one himself, came down the…
The Scotsman
One person who has been something of a flag waver for the Beatles London has been Richard Porter: a likeable thirty-something, whose passion and knowledge…
Globe and Mail – Canada