Beatles Walking Tour of Marylebone & Abbey Road
Availability: Sundays (March- September) at 2:30pm
Ages: All Ages
Duration: 2 ½ hours
Tour Type: Public and Private Tour
Starting Location: Your guide will meet you outside the Beatles Store, 231 Baker Street. Nearest Tube/ London Underground station is Baker Street (Jubilee, Circle and Bakerloo line):
End Location: Abbey Road Studios
Beatles Tour London
Roll up Roll up for the Beatles Magical Mystery London Walking Tour of Marylebone including the real Abbey Road location. There are countless places around London with fascinating Beatles links, spread out over many miles. The best way to see as many of these as possible is by joining our afternoon Beatles London Tour. Your friendly guide will skillfully guide you through Beatles sites in Marylebone and St Johns Wood where significant moments in Beatles history occurred. As you travel along you’ll hear fascinating anecdotes and trivia. This Beatles London tour is a fab way to travel back to the Swinging 60s and the days of the Beatles.
Beatles Tour Highlights
- Find out where Paul McCartney recorded an early demo of Eleanor Rigby
- Recreate the Abbey Road album front cover and get a photo crossing the same zebra crossing as John Lennon, Paul, George and Ringo
- Hear about Beatlemania and discover the lengths that fans would go to get near the Beatles
- Laugh at the Beatles antics in their films A Hard Day’s Night and Help!
- Find out how a case of breaking and entering turned into a hit song!
- Get an exclusive discount from the Beatles Store before you start the tour
- Pass by Paul McCartney’s London home
During this 2 ½ hour Beatles Magical Mystery tour of London, you’ll be amazed by how much you’ll see and learn. The tour navigates through Marylebone and St John’s Wood. You will take in numerous locations including places where the Beatles filmed, recorded, performed, partied, stayed, married, and more.
You’ll hear about famous photoshoots and publicity stunts. You’ll pass by some of the Beatles’ London homes. See the place where Paul Mccartney created the song ‘Yesterday’.
Throughout this Beatles London tour you’ll be able to build a picture of these Fab 4 boys. From their songs, their interviews, and their relationships you’ll get to know all about them. You’ll discover what inspired their songs and where they were subsequently written and recorded.
If you’re a fan of the Beatle’s films as well as their music, then you’re in for a treat. The Beatles tour London also includes a stop from a filming location from A Hard Day’s Night as well as Help!. See where some of the scenes were filmed and find out what happened behind-the-scenes. As part of the tour you will need a Contactless card OR Zone 1 Travelcard OR Oyster Card to make a short bus ride from Baker Street to St Johns Wood.
The tour ends at the renowned Abbey Road Studios and zebra crossing. You’ll be given the chance to follow in the Beatles’ steps and recreate their Abbey Road album cover on the Abbey Road crossing. This is one of the most iconic and recognisable album covers of all time.
This afternoon walking tour is designed to complement the Beatles London Walking Tour of Soho and Mayfair which takes place earlier in the day at 11am and visits entirely different Beatles locations to this walking tour in the West End. If you are a true Beatles fan, this walking tour of London are a must.
- 2 ½ hour tour of Beatles’ locations in London
- Knowledgeable, approachable & fun driver and guide
- Food & drink
- Entry fees
- A Contactless card OR Zone 1 Travelcard OR Oyster Card is needed for a short bus ride from Baker St to St Johns Wood
- Optional gratuities
What To Bring
- Consider layers of clothing
- Comfortable shoes for a leisurely walking tour
Good To Know
- Accessibility: Customers need to be able to get on a public bus towards the end of the tour
- English language tour
- No entry fees or entries to buildings included
How long is the route?
- The tour is approximately 2 miles long.
Is the tour wheelchair accessible?
- The tour is not suitable for a wheelchair due to the need to travel on the tube train from Baker St to St Johns Wood and the uneven surfaces on the route. British Sign Language is not provided on the tour.
Do children need to be accompanied?
- All people under 18 (i.e. 17 years old and younger) must be accompanied by an adult (aged 18 years or over) on all tours
Is the tour suitable for children?