Beatles Tours of London
“Do You Want To Know A Secret? Tour (Chelsea)”
I lead personal guided tours of London for Beatles fans. Each tour takes approximately 3 hours, is mainly on foot with a short tube journey to St John’s Wood. I’ve put together some sample itineraries which take-in places with particular personal memories, of my time as The Beatles hairdresser, which I will share with you…
The tour can be tailored to suit your time, budget, interests and preference for walking or travelling in a luxury air conditioned car.
All of my tours finish at Abbey Road Studios and the Crossing in St John’s Wood.
“Do You Want To Know A Secret? Tour (Chelsea)” Itinerary
- Brian Epstein’s house
- Hung on You Boutique now Jane Asher’s Cake Shop (Paul’s ex-fiancee)
- Chelsea Manor Studios (Sgt Peppers album cover photographed)
- Club Dell’Aretusa where John and Yoko made there first public appearance together for the party of Apple Tailoring where I used to cut the Beatles hair
- 161 Kings Road Apple Tailoring and Hair Studio
- Granny Takes a Trip Boutique
… and many more interesting Beatles sites.
Each tour is tailored to your requirements. Walking tours start from £400, and vary according to numbers, and itinerary. For car tours please contact me for a price …
If you are interested in arranging a once in a lifetime guided tour, and to discuss your own specific requirements then please feel free to email me at: email@example.com
Thanks for your interest, and I look forward to hearing from you.
I’ve published a few testimonials from some of the people who have made a Beatle Tour of London with me below.
I just wanted to let you know that we REALLY enjoyed the tour you gave us on December 8th. It was incredibly great! Thanks so much.Joanie & John Howland
Leslie, we wanted to thank you for a most enjoyable tour. The insight and anecdotes you provided were priceless. It was the highlight of our vacation.Tom & Pat Bradshaw
Thanks very much for this outstanding tour. It has been a great day for us to remember the time in our younger days.Andreas, Germany
Thank you very very much for your interesting information about the Beatles Capital of the World. For me it was just like a journey to my early days, when I followed every step the Fab Four took and every hit they launched on BFBS’s Top Twenty.Jens, Hamburg, Germany
Everyone thought the tour was very cool. Definitely out of the box…Mike, USA
I carry this sign to every one of Paul’s concerts. After Paul said: “Hola Juan Pablo” his road manager came directly to me and said “You are very lucky, that’s not normal. He said your name before saying “Hello” to the audience”. Here is a link to the video where Paul says “Hola Juan Pablo”Juan Pablo
To our new friend Leslie – thank you so very much for your time today. We were so very impressed and captivated by your tour and personal recollection of your times with the Beatles. Your tour will leave a lifelong impression with us. I found it heartwarming to see my husband so engaged in conversation with you about a group that he has loved for as long as I’ve known him. Thank you sir, thank you.
Our very best to you and we look forward to the Abbey Road tour on our next trip to London.Eileen & Blaine
Thank you!!!! We LOVED your tour! Hearing your stories and looking at your memorabilia was, without question, the highlight of our entire week of vacation.
We also loved seeing so much of London and getting a real feel for the city itself. Whatever the four of us were doing, we always ended up talking about the tour and your amazing experiences. Thank you again for everything!Jane, USA
I am writing to thank you so much for the wonderful day you spent with us I can’t begin to tell you what a special day that was for us. You are definitely cool to a whole new generation!Karan, USA
It was a great tour. I was able to see amazing places and hear stories directly from you, and also know new things and facts that are not in any biography or book (as I always want, when I meet someone related to The Beatles). And as I said before, I discovered a lot of new places I didn’t know in London…Juan Pablo, Argentina