Birthplace of the Rolling Stones
On your own tour bus for up to 7 people
- 3 hr3 hours
- 360 British pounds£360
- Outside Earl's Court Station (Earl's Court Road exit)
London's ultimate Stones tour starts where they were named by Brian Jones in 1962. You'll see the pub location where they first rehearsed, Mick's shabby flat that he shared with Keith and Brian and the opulent Chelsea homes that Mick and Keith bought just 5 years later. To a backdrop of early Stones music you'll head out to the stages they performed on via Olympic Studios, where they recorded 6 early albums before arriving at their spiritual home in Richmond and the venues where they secured their first residencies. Here you'll see their early haunts and later homes before visiting the festival location where they first headlined. This tour ends at Richmond Station with fast and frequent train and tube services to all parts of London.
To cancel, please contact us at least 24 hours in advance of the start time booked. No refunds will be given for cancellations within 24 hours of the tour start time booked.
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