London's Rock & Roll Legends Tour


The Cheerful Foodie

London's Rock & Roll Legends Tour

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( 9 reviews ) star City tour London 1 - 10 watch_later 3 hours
  • Explore the Rock n Roll scene
  • Check out vintage stores
  • Hear great vinyl records
  • Visit the birthplace of David Bowie
  • See where famous album covers were shot
  • Have a drink where the legends hung-out

You will meet here: Green Park Station

What you can expect

Get rockin' and rollin' as I guide you from iconic locations to lesser known haunts. Check out the pubs, the clubs, the coffee bars and the hang outs of your favorite London rock and roll legends!

Together we'll cover the era from the origins of ‘Swinging London’ in 1950’s to the present day.

This tour will take you to the very places where those legendary moments actually happened. Find out what the rock'n'roll stars got up to, and walk the streets they made famous.

You'll get the chance to see where these rock'n'rollers bought their clothes, and shot their album covers. You can even take photos on the exact spots where they stood.

I'll also take you to the birthplace of David Bowie and where Bob Dylan filmed the 'first ever music video'. See where the Rolling Stones played their first 'proper' gig and the Beatles played their very last.

I can fully customize this tour to your preferences. Just get in touch!

This is the plan

Meeting point
Green Park Station
Stop 1
Check out the place where both Mamas and Papas singer Cass Elliot and Keith Moon of The Who were found dead
Stop 2
Stop at a hotel where Jimi Hendrix checked into a suite before he died
Stop 3
Street photo opportunity where David Bowie ‘Ziggy” shot his Album cover
Stop 4
See the birthplace of the British rock and roll scene in ’50’s. Enjoy a coffee break at some great coffee bars
Stop 5
Check out the original site of the Marquee first ever Rolling Stones gig, a studio where the Beatles, Stones, Queen recorded their early tracks and a place where Mick Jagger recruited Ronnie Wood for the Rolling Stones and Guns and Roses’ Slash started a bar brawl. See a pub where legendary Who drummer Keith Moon was barred
Stop 6
See a place where The Who, The Stones and Beatles hung out

Stop 7
Stroll by the fabled London art school that was the scene of the first Sex Pistols gig
Stop 8
Check out a place where Bob Dylan shot one of his most iconic films
Stop 9 & more!
More surprise stops
Final Stop
Electric Avenue, made famous By Eddie Grant Brixton Market one of the most interesting food markets

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City tour details

Private City tour
Mode of transport
3 hours
Nr. of guests
1 - 10 persons
Meeting point
Green Park Station
Guest pick-up
within 48 hours
  • checkFree cancellation up to 14 days before experience date
  • closeNo refunds within 14 days of experience date

What's included
Private guide


The Cheerful Foodie

9 reviews

I work as a freelancer making TV programmes and documentaries which is basically story telling. I am a proud Londoner, born and bread. I have been lucky to travel with work, recently in Belfast, Tokyo, and many American and European cities. I am a ‘foodie’, enjoy cooking and collecting recipe’s on my travels. I am also a massive music fan and record collector with as a love of cinema and filming so naturally obsessed with London’s Rock and Roll and Film history."

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