Grab Tickets To Calling All Beatles Fans: Book Beatlemania! London Black Cab Tour Tickets
What to expect
An expert guide will take you on a magical mystery tour of some of the most famous Beatles spots in the city of London. This is something you won't get to experience every day. This three-hour Beatlemania tour will take you to the places where the legends Ringo Starr, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison spent time together. On this Beatles tour, visit all the locations where the band lived, recorded their ultimate hits, and played sold-out concerts. Areas like Piccadilly, Mayfair, and Soho are just around the corner from one another, and your driver will take you to all of them, sharing all their knowledge about the Beatles with you. Although the Beatles were originally from Liverpool, London is full of places that this band visited, and this Beatles tour will give you the rundown on all of them! Get your phones ready for the many photoshoot opportunities throughout this great tour in an iconic black cab. Book Beatles Black Cab tour tickets today.
About The Beatles Black Cab London Tour
What are the locations and sights on this tour?
The Beatles were from Liverpool, however, there are many places in London that are special to this band; this private tour in a black cab will take you to them. Beatles fans will enjoy visiting these locations and feeling a connection to the band. On this Beatles tour, you will visit some key hangout locations where the four members (Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, and George Harrison) spent a lot of their time.
On the world-famous pedestrian crossing, you will get a chance to recreate the popular Abbey Road album cover. Visit all the places where the Beatles stayed, played, and recorded their famous songs in Mayfair, Soho, and Piccadilly. Live gig locations, including the famous rooftop concert, are also stops on this tour. You will visit filming locations where they recorded their music videos. Stand in the same places that John, Paul, George, and Ringo played their live events and feel like a part of the supergroup!
This is your chance to visit Abbey Road and snap some photographs where the Beatles recorded their blockbuster album. You can also visit many other places of importance on this magical mystery tour around London. Book Beatles tour tickets and hop in an iconic London black cab now.
What can I expect from this tour?
In the comfort of an authentic London black taxi, visit all the places where the Beatles lived, shot music videos, recorded albums, and performed. There are so many to choose from in Central London; you will see many important sites and your guide or driver will tell you all of the history related to them. Get inside the life of Ringo, John, Paul, and George and trace the rise of this brilliant band throughout the city. The taxi won't just show you relevant locations. You will also be able to get out of the cab and take photographs of all the locations throughout the city where the Beatles have some history. The most visited site on this tour is Abbey Road. The famous Abbey Road album cover can be recreated here, and you can make history come alive with your friends and family. Did you know that Paul McCartney was barefoot on the Abbey Road cover?
The locations are scattered all across Central London, so this black cab tour is the best way to travel all over the place and be part of the supergroup. Places like Soho, St John Wood, Mayfair, and Marylebone were all important to the Beatles in the '60s.
Expect to see the studios where the Beatles recorded their albums, travel to the locations where the Beatles used to perform live shows, go to sites that were featured in photo shoots, film locations (in 'Help!', and 'A Hard Day's Night'), and album covers, and many more. Listen to the songs of the boys from Liverpool throughout your journey in the black cab. This will surely be a memorable experience. You cab also travel to Trident Studios to remember the old days of the group.
Your guide will give you all the history of the Beatles, from 'Penny Lane' to 'Strawberry Fields Forever', and show you how this brilliant group of friends became a worldwide sensation.
The Beatles were born in Liverpool, and only after meeting Brian Epstein and tasting success at Cavern Club in Liverpool did they decide to travel to London. This is where they made history and created their inspiring career. Throughout the life of the band and its tours, the Beatles worked with many other talents like Brenda Holloway and the King Curtis Band, Sounds Incorporated, and Cannibal & the Headhunters. The final scheduled live performance of the Beatles was on May 1, 1966, for the New Musical Express' 1963-64 Annual Poll-Winners' All-Star Concert. It was performed at Empire Pool in Wembley, London.
August 29, 1966, was the last time the Beatles performed, which marked the end of their last tour.
All the four members have lived in London at some point time in their life.
What age is this tour suitable for?
Everyone is allowed on this tour. Children must be accompanied by adults on the black cab tour.
Infants need to sit on laps in the car.
How long does the Beatlemania tour take?
The tour lasts for three hours.
Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs
Where does the Beatlemania Black Cab Tour of London start?
The address of the meeting point is the taxi rank opposite Starbucks on 1-3 Villiers St, WC2N 6NN, London.
How do I get to the tour's departure point?
The tour provides door-to-door transportation for you. If you are travelling by personal vehicle to reach the meeting point from London, take the A4 to reach Villiers St. You can also travel through Northumberland Avenue to reach the destination from any point in London.
London is known for its tube network, so if you choose to travel to the meeting point by tube, the Embankment Tube Station is just around the corner. It takes just a minute of walking to reach the destination.
The nearest train station to the meeting point is Charing Cross train station. You can travel from any part of the country to reach the destination using the rail service. The station is a few minutes away from the meeting point in Villiers Street.
You can also choose to travel by bus, which runs both day and night in London.
When should I arrive at the departure point?
The cab will pick you up at the time slot you book your tour for. Reach this place at least 15 minutes before the start of the trip. No reporting time is mentioned by the organizers.
Where can I park?
The nearest parking areas near the meeting point are Covent Garden, Leicester Square, and Chinatown.
Where are the toilet facilities while on the tour?
You will find a lot of public toilets on the tour, and you can ask your driver to stop at any location when you need to.
Is the tour accessible?
The tour is stroller-accessible.
Where can I eat on the tour?
Apart from a complimentary bottle of water, nothing else is included with regard to food. As you will have to search for food options on the tour yourself, here are a few recommendations for you and your family near the meeting point at Villiers Street: Ippudo, MOC Kitchen, Villiers, Wagamama, The Terrace Restaurant and Bar, Wasabi Sushi & Bento, and All Bar One Charing Cross.