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Abbey Road, London

Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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Walk in the footsteps of the Beatles at legendary Abbey Road in London. Most well known for the local recording studio of the same name, the street was the site of the famous crosswalk photo on the cover of the band's 1969 album Abbey Road. Recreate the iconic Beatles moment and have your photo snapped on the crossing. While the recording studio is not open to the public, you can sign your name on its outside wall and read the comments of previous visitors. Use our London travel itinerary maker to visit Abbey Road on your trip to London, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • The truth, very fun experience with all the tourists that we were there for over and over again going through crosswalk of the mythical home. This is the typical "turistada" that I do not like the Londoners, but you have to do, emulating the Beatles going through there. To the side are those studies and the annotations of the fans of all the world. It's not something you see necessary to do in London, but it's fun. If you're nice you can not miss it.
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  • The iconic album cover has caused a great many people to want to walk in the same footsteps...which is cool. The downside is that it is a very busy road and with so many people trying to walk the walk...  read more »
  • While on our last trip to England my friend took me to Abbey Road, I always wanted see. I was kind of shocked that it is a working X walk, I thought it would have been closed off. It was still fantast...  read more »
  • Foto di Abbey Road nyaaa ^^
  • Really not much to see... Unless you're a hardcore fan of the Beatles. Btw, go on a weekend as there are less cars on the streets and you can take your photos without hurry.
  • An iconic stop to say the least. I’m not sure what advice I’d give to anyone trying to recreate the Beatle’s album cover… maybe get there very late, or very early, as there was a consistent crowd of folks trying to cross the street and get someone to photograph them. All the while British drivers are ready to get on with their day. Not being in the music trade, needless to say we didn’t see beyond the front door of the studios, but it was very cool to be there. There is rather standard tchotchke shop (yes, that really is how you spell it) attached to the studio with some reasonably clever items—branded drum sticks, plenty of album covers and memorabilia from the Beatles, Pink Floyd and many other items.
  • If you grew up listening Beatles you definitely feel something over there. You must see this place if you have any kind of connection with British music. Book the studio tour also!
  • A must visit place for any fan of The Beatles. Nice small gift shop is there too.
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