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The Beatles – Magical Mystery Tour

Schedule :

Sundays and Thursdays at 11am

Location :

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

Meet point :

Outside of Exit 1

In Conjunction with London Walks ‘London’s Best Guided Walks’ – Time Out.
Please book your place at least 2 hours before the start time.
Please note that both Beatles tours include a short tube journey to St John’s Wood for Abbey Road. To save time and money, please buy a travel card, or oystercard, before coming to the tour.

The tour lasts just over two hours and costs £15 for adults; £10 for full-time students and over 65s: £5 for Children under 15.

 

Roll up for the Magical Mystery Tour – Step right this way!

This walk is a unique opportunity to Imagine The Beatles and the swinging 60s in London.

It is a Magical Mystery Tour of the Beatles’ London haunts:

  • their Apple offices, where the group played the famous ‘rooftop session’
  • Paul McCartney’s offices where Paul can be seen occasionally
  • the well known London theatre which became ‘birthplace’ of Beatlemania
  • the site of John’s infamous ‘bigger than Jesus’ interview
  • what John Lennon was doing outside some public toilets in 1966!
  • the studio where Hey Jude was recorded
  • the shopping street that was the heart of ‘Swinging London’
  • Abbey Road Studios and the famous Abbey Road crossing
  • The tour ends at ‘Helter Skelter’ the Beatles Coffee Shop, where you can buy a range of Beatles souvenirs including The Guide to the Beatles London

Five Star Review on Trip Advisor!

This is a 2 1/2 hour walking tour visiting important Beatles sites around Soho led by Richard, the world’s #1 Beatles fan. Richard is super enthusiastic and a wealth of information. You visit Paul’s office on Soho Square, the Palladium, the gentlemen’s toilet where John did a skit for TV, Carnaby St, where John met Yoko, and more, ending up at the Abbey Road street crossing. You only visit the places on the outside, but Richard has plenty of photos to give you a sense what happened there. You end up at the Beatles Coffee shop at the St John’s Woods tube station that has a nice selection of high-quality Beatles t-shirts. It’s a must for every Beatles fan.

https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowUserReviews-g186338-d187739-r534350265-London_Walks-London_England.html#

 

THE ‘BEATLES ROOFTOP CONCERT’ – THEIR LAST LIVE PERFORMANCE FOR ‘LET IT BE’

The Beatles ‘Rooftop Concert’ took place on 30th January 1969. It was the culmination of a month-long project that saw the Beatles rehearsing at Twickenham Film Studios for a concert at a yet undecided venue, at which they were going to perform their new album live. However, after George Harrison walked out of the band, the Beatles relocated to the new Apple Studios in the basement of 3 Savile Row and continued to record their new album, with the film crew still present. As the recording sessions drew to a close, it was thought that some sort of climax for the film was needed, and Paul McCartney especially was keen to play live somewhere – but where?

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This tour is operated by London Walks – just voted the best Tourism Experience in London by Visit London

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