Royal Albert Hall Culinary & nightlife

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London: London by Night Sightseeing Open-Top Bus Tour

1. London: London by Night Sightseeing Open-Top Bus Tour

Experience London’s grand architecture and vibrant atmosphere which are impressive by day, and which truly come alive at night. Add a spark to your London trip and enjoy this city tour aboard an open-top bus. See the famous landmarks lit up against the night sky. Witness the Tower of London and Tower Bridge standing proud amongst the skyline and feel a thrill as you glide past the monumental Big Ben. Witnessthe fountains of Trafalgar Square dance with joy from the light that shines within them, and let the neon screens of Piccadilly Circus dazzle and thrill. As you pass Harrods, witness the exquisite lights which are evocative of Christmas, even in summer. Learn about the history of landmarks like St. Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Abbey from your guide and hear fascinating stories about the city. Embark on a fun and informative tour suitable for families and groups of friends.

London: Three Palaces Guided Walking Tour and High Tea

2. London: Three Palaces Guided Walking Tour and High Tea

Discover the Royal Family's palaces and then experience the original Royal English Tea with traditional sandwiches, cakes, and scones on the grounds of Kensington Palace. Take in St. James Palace, the Mall, Buckingham Palace, and more. Ride a quintessential red bus to the Albert Hall. Start with a stroll to St. James Palace and the Mall, Then, take a moment to see Buckingham Palace, the main Royal Residence in London, and try and witness the Changing of the Guard Ceremony. Maybe catch a glimpse of the mounted King's Life Guard Soldiers if the King is resident in London. Next, jump on an iconic red bus and head to the Royal Albert Hall. See the Albert Memorial and take a leisurely stroll through Kensington Gardens. Soak in the beautiful gardens created 200 years ago and see where Prince Harry and William grew up. Experience the full splendor of High Tea on the grounds of a breathtaking landmark and gain personal insights into the Royal Family and the fascinating history of Britain's national drink during the ceremony of afternoon tea.

London: Private Birthplace of The Rolling Stones Tour

3. London: Private Birthplace of The Rolling Stones Tour

On this 3-hour tour, hear all about the birth of the greatest rock band of all time: The Rolling Stones. From their early hang-outs on King's Road in Chelsea and the flat they shared, this tour takes you down to the band’s spiritual home in Richmond via venues and locations that all Rolling Stones fans will want to experience. Pass by the Chelsea Drugstore, immortalized in the hit “You Can't Always Get What You Want” and visit the celebrated Half Moon pub in Putney, where the Stones often played. Then, continue to Olympic Studios where The Stones recorded six albums between 1966 and 1972 before heading to the original Crawdaddy Club locations, stopping at The Bull's Head pub along the way, another one of West London's famous music venues. Visit the spot where the band first met The Beatles and signed Decca Records. After Eel Pie Island, stop at the Richmond Athletics Association grounds.

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What people are saying about Royal Albert Hall

Very beautiful trip its duration is 90 minutes and it is recommended even when the weather is good to go very warm because when it is discovered by the wind it is very cold.

What an amazing experience. The guide was informative and hilarious. The sights were just exquisite. 100% recommend this tour.

The night tour of London was amazing! Seeing the major sites at night was fantastic. The onboard commentary was very good!

The guide explained in a detailed and humorous way every point on the way. Highly recommended

Fun and full of information. Great to see london at night.