If you have a group of 15 or more people, then you can book a private tour. Most size groups can be accommodated, but those with more than 20 people will be divided in to smaller groups. You can download a PDF of useful information for groups on the right of this page, where you will also find a group booking form.
The following tours are available for groups:
The Grand Tour
The Grand Tour offers an extensive journey through the front of house areas of the Hall, taking in the stunning auditorium, the breathtaking view from the Gallery and offering exclusive access to the Royal Retiring Room. From Victorian landmark to modern day events venue, discover the history and heritage of the country’s best loved concert hall.
The Inside Out Tour
Conceived by Prince Albert and realised by his supporters, a cultural quarter known as Albertopolis was built amongst the fields of a London country estate. As the jewel in the crown of Albertopolis, the Royal Albert Hall is surrounded by some of London’s most fascinating historical buildings, monuments and statues. Our guides will take you on a journey through Victorian history and architecture by following the contours of the Royal Albert Hall building both inside and out.
Behind the Scenes Tour
On select days of the year we offer a peek behind the curtain of this most prestigious of venues. Gain a rare insight into how the show, catering and technical teams come together, behind the scenes in this historic building, to present over 370 different events per year.
Secret History Tour
Uncover the alternative history of the Royal Albert Hall on the Secret History tour. Learn the connection between the Hall and the Suffragettes, 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. From ghost hunters to gangsters, swindlers and charlatans, discover the unexpected story of London’s most iconic concert venue.
Story of the Proms Tour
Which pianist played a Prom 27 years after his death? How did an audience member save André Previn’s Carmina Burana? And just what is the most performed piece of music at the Proms? The answers to these questions and more are revealed in this unique tour through the history of the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall.