London thrives on culture and entertainment. This is a great place to visit if you are a tourist and want to learn as much about England as you can. There are so many genres of music for fans to choose from and enjoy, especially if you’re lucky enough to go and see one of the amazing live events the city has to offer.
Here are the top 5 things all music fans need to do while enjoying a trip around London.
Visit the West End
The West-End hosts several of biggest showincluding classics like Phantom Opera, Les Miserables And Wicked, to hit the stage. It’s also the place to see upcoming musicals Hamilton, Six And Dear Evan Hansen,.
You can book tickets to see these shows online, however, if you like the idea of not knowing what you’re going to see, you can visit one of the London ticket booths to see which musical tickets are the cheapest of the day. That way, you can see shows you didn’t expect – and save a bit of money, too.
The Beatles- Abbey Road
Naturally, when you visit London, you probably think about all the usual tourist places that you can visit. However, if you’re looking to go on a music-themed journey, the main place to mark on your map is the iconic Abbey Road.
While the street may not be very visible, Beatles fans have been traveling there for years to get photos of themselves in similar poses at the zebra crossing. This is the type of trip that you can easily include in your plans because it is quick and easy to find and visit.
London Record Shop
When most people think of iconic music venues, they probably think of Hard Rock Café. While you are more than welcome to visit this London restaurant, you may also want to check out some of the amazing record stores scattered throughout London.
After you leave the best Hotel Dorsett, City London has to offer you, be sure to check out some of the best record shops, including Honest Johns and Phonica Records. These venues offer so many genres of music, you’re sure to walk away with a few new albums in your hands.
Albert Royal Hall
If you are a fan of classical music, Albert Royal Hall is the place to catch some of the best orchestral, opera and operetta performances. The performances in this hall are very diverse.
Sometimes you can even see popular singers, like Ed Sheeran, performing intimate shows there!
Do you consider yourself a musical intellectual? You don’t have to go to a concert to immerse yourself in music. Visit The Horniman Museum to see the amazing collection of instruments on display.
You can study various instruments through the ages, but also see a beautiful collection of antique pianos. Well worth a visit!