London: The Birth of The Rolling Stones Tour

London: The Birth of The Rolling Stones Tour

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Discover locations that every Stones fan should visit. Cruise the King’s Road, Chelsea, and the band's homes and hang-outs.

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Duration 4 hours
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  • Visit the Station Hotel where the band launched their career in 1963
  • Discover where The Stones lived, loved, played, recorded and performed
  • Listen to their music and stories about the early years and the venues that influenced their meteoric rise to fame
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On this 4-hour tour, hear all about the birth of the greatest rock band of all time: The Rolling Stones. From their early hang-outs on King's Road in Chelsea and the flat they shared, this tour takes you down to the band’s spiritual home in Richmond via venues and locations that all Rolling Stones fans will want to experience. Pass by the Chelsea Drugstore, immortalized in the hit “You Can't Always Get What You Want” and visit the celebrated Half Moon pub in Putney, where the Stones often played. Then onto Olympic Studios where The Stones recorded six albums between 1966 and 1972 before heading out to The Bull's Head pub, another one of West London's famous music venues. Visit the spot where the band first met The Beatles and signed Decca Records. After Eel Pie Island, stop at the Richmond Athletics Association grounds.
  • Entrance to venues and museums
  • Tour guide
  • Music by The Rolling Stones
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities
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  • Children under 16 years
  • People with mobility impairments

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    Outside the side entrance to the Victoria and Albert Museum on Exhibition Road.

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    • There is some walking involved in this tour
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