Private Tours are rocking the streets of London again and available for you to book on a date and time to suit you, day or night, for up to  6 people. Contact us by clicking the links below. Make sure you view the pick-up/drop-off location map of where your tour starts and ends.

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London in the Swinging Sixties

From the moment you board our psychedelic 'Magic Bus’, you’ll be transported back to one of the most defining decades of the 20th century.


As you cruise the King’s Road - Swinging London’s beating heart, you’ll hear about the post-war austerity and the cultural revolution that gave rise to an explosion of jazz, blues, the birth of rock 'n' roll and the creation of the mini skirt.


You’ll see where music legends lived and performed, the boutiques where they shopped and visit lesser-known but equally important studios where some of the greatest 60s hits were recorded and album covers photographed.

Pick-up / drop-off in Kensington


For up to 6 people

Visit the Birthplace of The Rolling Stones

Conceived at the Ealing Club in the spring of 1962, The Rolling Stones ‘kicked-off’ their career at the Station Hotel, Richmond on Sunday 24th February 1963


Travel back to their spiritual home and visit the locations in Richmond where they performed regularly between 1962 and 1964.


The tour takes you past their homes and haunts in Chelsea and the venues where they played. You’ll stop at Olympic Studios, where they recorded six consecutive albums and the church hall location in Richmond where the group performed to a dozen or so fans in various line-ups before securing their first weekly residency at the Crawdaddy Club in Richmond.


You’ll see where Mick and Ronnie lived more recently and the spectacular views they enjoyed from the top of Richmond Hill, before the tour ends at Richmond Station with fast and frequent train and tube services back to all parts of London, Windsor and Reading.

Pick-up in  Kensington Drop off in Richmond


For up to 6 people

Rock 'n' Royal Richmond upon Thames

From Tudor Kings to rebellious Stewarts, this tour is a must for anyone interested in discovering Richmond’s vast music heritage and cultural history.


The tour begins with breathtaking views over the River Thames from the top of Richmond Hill - the only view in Britain protected by an act of Parliament.


In just 90 minutes, you'll be transported back nearly 600 years, passing 60s music venues, rock-star's homes and hideaways, to the remains of King Henry VII's Tudor palace where Queen Elizabeth l died in 1603.


From Shakespeare and the ‘Golden Age’ of the English Monarchy, we take you to the genesis of British Rock 'n' Roll and the location where The Beatles were last photographed together in London on the banks of the River Thames.

Pick-up / drop-off in Richmond


For up to 6 people