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Opened in 1871, the Royal Albert Hall is the world’s most famous stage. It is also one of London’s most iconic and visited tourist attractions. Over the years, it has been the scene of over 150,000 performances; from Wagner to Sinatra, The Beatles...more
Hours Today: 07:30 - 23:00
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Royal Albert Hall | Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AP, England
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Went to see Totem by Circue du Soleil, I would thoroughly recommend this show. The staging and projections are great but the athletes are amazing. We had second tier seats as it was a spacial occasion and it was really worth it. The view was...More
Lovely atmosphere, staff are really helpful. We tried to book lunch but it was full and we were given some good recommendations in the local area. So they went above and beyond to help us plan our day. We saw Cirque du Soleil and could...More
Visited last week to see Cirque du Soleil asa treat for my husband’s 60th birthday. We had VIP tickets and were so well looked after by the loveliest cheeriest staff I’ve come across in a long time. The show was magnificent and the building everything...More
Now been at the RAH on two occasions and not let down, the atmosphere is superb and the rich heritage of this magnificent venue is excellent.
The seats we had were in a fantastic spot and we had a great view of the show. Cirque...More
We arrived about 20 minutes before the evening performance of Totem at the impressive Royal Albert Hall facade, and were warmly welcomed and had the necessary handbag security checks. We were given route directions to our seats on the third floor, and en route stopped...More
We completed a tour of the Hall with Kristie. She was knowledgeable and charming. Kristie told us about the history of the site and how the Hall came to be. She pointed out photos of key moments in its history. She was also able to...More
Absolutely mesmerizing! Had an amazing view in a box on Grand Tier, No. 15. Would definitely recommend booking that spot or there about. I’d say Grand Tier, 10-28 would be fabulous views. Book seats 1-4 for best front seat view over balcony. Each box has...More
Just home from seeing cirque du soleil at the royal albert hall. Show was the first time I've had a stupid smile on my face out of pleasure and wonder from beginning to end that I can remember.
But I want to say that the...More
We had seen performances here on the TV but never expected to attend ourselves. So you can imagine our surprise when our daughter treated us to seats in a box on our recent trip. This hall is magnificent and the Nutcracker ballet was amazing. If...More
This is the 2nd time we have been here. This time to see Cirque du Soleil Totem. If you have never been here, then it is a must. It is a great venue for all types of shows and gives you some idea of how...More
With its ivied mews, row upon row of Poppins-esque white washed mansions, and placid garden squares, it's easy to see the charms of South Kensington. And with superb access to Hyde Park, Holland Park and Kensington Gardens, as well as the largely child-friendly and mostly free Museum Quarter (not to mention more major attractions like Royal Albert Hall) such charms are easy to make the most of. As welcoming
and cosmopolitan as it is reserved and residential, South Kensington is always a hit with visitors.
Sorry we stayed outside London but returned 2 wks later and we stayed in Pimlico at the Sidney house hotel which was small but very clean will say breakfast was poor but an excellent place just up the road for breakfast for... More
Sorry we stayed outside London but returned 2 wks later and we stayed in Pimlico at the Sidney house hotel which was small but very clean will say breakfast was poor but an excellent place just up the road for breakfast for only £7.95. Plenty of eating places around at a reasonable price. Everything inside the Albert Hall very expensive like £14 Glass of red wine and £11 for white.
If you use any hotel in Pimlico book it yourself it's cheaper!!