Sex, Drugs and Rock’n’Roll Tour
From the death of Punk to the birth of Brit Pop, London has played a prominent part in rock and roll's rich and colourful history over the years. This intriguing morning tour is the perfect way to see many of the places that inspired some of the biggest musical legends of all time and is led by a specialist rock and roll expert. During the tour, pass the homes of a host of rock and roll legends including Pete Townshend, Bob Marley, Syd Barrett, the Sex Pistols, Liam Gallagher and Elton John. In addition to this, the tour covers many iconic rock locations such as the famous Abbey Road crossing, iconic pub gig sites, guitar-Heaven Tin Pan Alley, and place where the Stones cut their first record. This is a must for any avid rock enthusiast!
- Over 100 significant rock and pop heritage sites
- Perfect for Punk, Brit Pop & Amy Winehouse fans
- Led by an experienced rock'n'roll expert
- Morning Tour
- Focused on Islington, Camden and St John’s Wood
- Availability Description
Week-round from 9am to 12:30pm in summer season, March 30th to October 27th with £5 supplement.
- Participant Guidelines
No minimum age, but children under 16 must be accompanied by a participating adult (18 or over). A wheelchair can be stored in the vehicle but guests must be able to walk up and down the stairs of the bus.
The tour starts at 9am and generally lasts between three to four hours.
- Numbers on the Day
Share the rock-themed bus with up to twelve other music fans.
- Dress Code
Whilst the tour bus will transport you from venue to venue, there is some walking involved and we would recommend comfortable clothing and shoes.
- Other Info
You will normally be guided around the tour on a rock-themed bus.