London Beatles Hero

Highlights of this tour:

  • Abbey Road NW8 to West End homes
  • Hard Day Night to the Apple Shop
  • The place where John met Yoko
  • Scene of THAT legendary roof-top gig
  • Studios

Accessibility information

  • Use of adapted vehicle for transportation
  • Requires little walking/rolling

What is included?

  • Private tour
  • Tour duration: 4 hours
  • Private adapted vehicle
  • Certified English-speaking driver guide
  • Tour adjustable to your wishes
  • Pick from your accommodation, city center of London

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrances, unless stated
  • Officially licensed guide can be arranged
  • Contact us for a pick up from the cruise port
  • Extended tour options are possible
Adapted vehicle London
the beatles wall paint
Abbey Road Studios

About this wheelchair accessible Beatles tour in London

Your tour starts when you meet your knowledgeable driver guide at your accommodation. During this half-day tour with private adapted transport, you explore London with all its famous Beatles places. Sights include the well-known recording studio and zebra crossing, the recording locations, the blue plaques in Abbey Road, and the Beatles houses. A blue plaque is a permanent historical marker installed in a public place in the United Kingdom to commemorate a link between that specific location and a famous person. During this tour, we see the blue plaques of John Lennon and George Harrison, two singers of the Beatles.

You explore Abbey Road and all the other major sights of the Beatles from your comfortable wheelchair accessible vehicle. During the ride, there are plenty of stops to take pictures or to take a short stroll to get closer to the rock and roll sights.

Abbey Road

Abbey Road is a 1969 album from the English rock band, the Beatles, and is named after the street where many of their songs were recorded. Moreover, Abbey Road is famous as this is the name of the last album the Beatles released before they broke up. The recordings for the album started in April 1969, and five months later, the record was already available in the stores. During the tour through Abbey Road, you see the well-known zebra crossing in front of the Abbey Road Studios, where they took the cover picture of their latest album.

You also visit the place where John met Yoko, for the first time in the fall of 1966. Yoko was at that time in London for an art exhibition, Unfinished Paintings and Objects, hosted by the Indica gallery and bookshop in Mayfair. During the tour, you visit upmarket Mayfair and the very posh St. James neighborhood. Take a look at the edge of Covent Garden, nip into Kensington, or dip into St James’s.

Furthermore, you visit more famous Beatles locations in London, such as studios, record cover shots, weddings, offices, and clubs. For example, the site of the scene of that legendary roof-top concert. This concert, on January 30, 1969, was the last public performance of the Beatles.

After the tour finishes, your driver guide drops you off at your accommodation, or anywhere you wish in Central London. From now on, you know everything there is to know about The Beatles!

This tour can be combined and extended to five- or seven-hour tours.

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