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We walked the zebra crossing - went late in the evening so there were fewer cars but it is still a busy intersection. The little gift shop is cool. Lots to see and learned some history along the walkway into the shop. My son got...More
On the 12th August 2018 me and two friends visited Abbey Road Studios as part of the Studios tour/lecture events. We’d booked tickets months prior to the big day and were like children waiting for Christmas. We’d driven down 200 miles from Huddersfield and were...More
My wife and I were fortunate to attend Abbey Road : The Studio That Became A Legend lecture by Brian Kehew and Kevin Ryan.
We were given a tour of Studio 1, where film scores and orchestral recordings are made. Then the dream came true....More
The final stop on the Beatles Magical Mystery Tour is Abbey Road. The EMI studios are where the Beatles recorded their Abbey Road album and crowds of tourists gather outside to take photographs. Nearby is the zebra crossing made famous when a photo of the...More
Was exactly as we expected. My 13 year old daughter recently discovered the Beatles and was adamant we visit Abbey Road. It was a light, easy pleasant walk from Baker Street and we all enjoyed the store and walking across the iconic zebra crossing.
It was one of my favorite stops in London! It has an underground very close! We of course recreated the classics beetle photo, but is an active road so you have be quick! The studio is close to public, but you can write on the...More
As a big Beatles fan it was a life goal to see Abbey Road and the studios. Just made a quick visit off the tube, on a Friday morning - no one much about and was easy to have fun on the crosswalk and soak...More
My guide was Lee, and let me start off by saying, that he has an incredible sense of humor. His sarcasm is fantastic and hilarious, and his love for music is as pure as it gets. Absolute entertaining, funny, and superbly knowledgeable. You can tell...More
Take the Underground to St John's Wood. When you exit the station, walk directly across the street. It's a 3 minute walk from there. DO NOT go to the Abbey Road station. It's completely on the the other side of the city.