Freddie Mercury And Queen London Tour Guide.
Anyway the Wind Blows. A tour around Kensington, visiting numerous locations associated with Freddie Mercury and Queen
Uncover the band’s origins and get a glimpse into their London life!
Freddie Mercury and Queen regarded as one of the greatest rock bands the world. They have so many associations with Kensington. On my tour we will visit these locations and I will tell you stories about the band. From the humble beginnings of Smile to the greatest rock performance at Live Aid. We will finish our tour at Garden Lodge where Freddie spent the last few years of his incredible life.
I am a life long Queen fan and will lead you on this fun and fact filled tour. I will also have many photos to bring the stories of Freddie and Queen to life.
We start our tour at South Kensington Underground station Arcade.
Stop At: Imperial College Union Cinema, Beit Hall Prince Consort Road Beit Quadrangle, London SW7 2BB England
Where Queen played their first London gig
Stop At: The former site of Kensington Indoor Market.
Where Freddie and Roger had a clothes stall.
Royal Albert Hall. Where Freddie appeared at Fashion Aid.
Stop At: Garden Lodge Queen, Londra, Logan Place, London England
Freddie Mercury's London home. External view only
Stop At: Stafford Terrace where Freddie lived from 1976 to 1986
Stop At: Kensington Church Street, Kensington Church St, London, UK
Site of BIBA
Duration of walk: 2.5 hours
Prices per person:
£15 18-64 years
£15 Seniors 65 - 80 years
£10 Youths 16 - 17 years
Free Children 8 -15 years
Dates: contact me at email@example.com to book your tour