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London and Liverpool: iconic cities for millions of music fans forever associated with The Beatles, The Who, The Stones, Rod Stewart, Eric Clapton, Elton John...and many more besides.
A Full Day Rock Music sightseeing tour is included. In the morning you will see McCartney's Golden Disc covered office and the flat where he wrote "Yesterday" the only flat shared by all Fab Four, the famed "Tin Pan Alley", the Kinks' Muswell Hill "shrine", and Rod Stewart's family home and school. See where Pink Floyd cut "The Wall" and pass Sting's home. See where Jimmy Page cut his first disc and famous locations including the Rainbow, 100 Club, Roxy, & Camden Roundhouse as well as places famous in the careers of Elton John, The Clash, Fairport Convention, Bob Dylan and Iron Maiden. Afternoon highlights include seeing where Freddie Mercury and Queen hung out and Led Zeppelin's HQ. You will also see sites connected with The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, Cream, Coldplay, Oasis, David Bowie, The Who and many more! You’ll end the day at Bill Wyman's (Stones) "Sticky Fingers" restaurant. Overnight in central London.
This morning you’ll visit more of the city’s major sights that have featured in so many famous songs and album covers, like the Tower of London, Nelson’s Column and Trafalgar Square, the iconic Tower Bridge and St Paul's Cathedral. In the afternoon visit The Vault – a treasure trove of rock memorabilia including the costume and guitar of Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash, Madonna’s bustier, Keith Moon’s ‘western’ shirt and the harpsichord used by The Beatles to record ‘Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds’ Why not ask the Vault master about the Souvenir photograph opportunity. Head over to Carnaby Street for a bit of nostalgia shopping as a ‘dedicated follower of fashion’ before moving on to Soho for the evening. Here so much of London’s post war music history is tied up in the famous names and sites all around, like Ronnie Scotts where The Who first performed Tommy and Jimmi Hendrix made his final public appearance, Mezzo – site of the Marquee where Pink Floyd became famous and Denmark Street, where many stars still frequent the legendary guitar shops. Overnight in central London.