Paul, your tour guide and driver
Paul, your tour guide and driver

Private tours in our screened shuttle bus
Private tours in our screened shuttle bus

Couples love the 60s bus tours
Couples love the 60s bus tours

Paul, your tour guide and driver
Paul, your tour guide and driver

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PRIVATE AND BESPOKE TOURS

For those looking for a real-life experience in our psychedelic 'Magic Bus', we have three 1-hour Private Tours to select from, all starting from outside Richmond Station with fast train and tube links to all parts of London and Windsor.

Rock 'n' Royal Richmond
A unique music heritage and cultural history tour
The Birth of The Rolling Stones
Visiting locations where they kicked off their career
The Cradle of British R&B
From the Richmond Blues Festival to Eel Pie Island

£120 for up to 6 people
 

Bespoke, tailor-made tours are created just for you, with pick-up and drop-off at one London address!

Heathrow and Gatwick airport and train station transfers are also available when time is tight!

Price on application

"I took my two daughters 19 & 21 on this 60s experience tour last week and we had a fabulous time! Boarding the psychedelic minibus at the V&A was like being in an Austin Powers movie. To a background of hit music and original Radio Caroline jingles, our guide Paul transported us back to the 60’s as he drove us around sites and relayed anecdotes totally unbeknown to us. The 90 minutes went by far too quickly and we only wished we had booked the longer tour.. definitely a fun and informative experience for both oldies and young alike - highly recommended! Thank you Paul, we had a great time and we’ll be back very soon!!!"

"Paul is a fountain of knowledge on everything 60s! i found the whole tour fascinating and extremely enjoyable and loved to hear all the anecdotes and information on the 60s influence in London. I particularly enjoyed our visit to The Troubadour! That was definitely a highlight!"

"This tour was really interesting, seeing all these places and hearing about their history in an entertaining way was so much fun. The coolest stop for sure was the Troubadour, it definitely would be worth stopping by for a live gig. We enjoyed the tour so much that we're already thinking about doing the longer one featuring the Stones once we're coming to London the next time!"