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    From ghost hunters to gangsters, Suffragettes, swindlers and stars, discover the unexpected story of London’s most iconic concert venue. Hear backstage stories and gossip and find out which singer was so overawed by his first view of the venue that he decided to go horse-riding instead of turning up for his concert.

    Book at the best price: it is cheaper to buy your ticket online than in person or over the telephone.

    ­Each tour offers a unique experience and may include opportunities to see artists rehearsing for their evening performance. The Royal Albert Hall is a working building so the content of the tours may vary and due to events some areas may occasionally be closed.

  • Add-on Food & Drink

    Make the most of your visit to the Hall and combine your tour with elevenses, lunch or afternoon tea.

    Coffee and pastry
    Enjoy a coffee and pastry after the tour in the bustling Café Bar, located by the Box Office (Door 12) £4.0 per person

    Tuck into a delicious lunch after the tour in the Hall’s relaxed restaurant, Verdi – Italian Kitchen. Choose from pizza, pasta, ice cream and more. Price includes tea or coffee. 1 course £13.50 per person, 2 courses £18.50 (Tuesday-Sunday)

    Afternoon Tea
    Feather-light scones, delicious cakes, perfect sandwiches and a pot of the finest East India Company tea make this the quintessentially British experience against the backdrop of the Hall and the Royal College of Music. £30 per person or £40 with Moët & Chandon champagne (Tuesday – Sunday)

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