Our themed guided tours offer the inside story of the Royal Albert Hall, taking you on a fascinating journey through its unique history, incredible architecture and legendary performances.
The Royal Albert Hall is a working building so the content of the tours may vary. Each tour offers a unique experience and may include opportunities to see artists rehearsing for their evening performance.
From ghost hunters to gangsters, swindlers and charlatans, discover the unexpected story of London’s most iconic venue.
On selected days of the year we offer a peek behind the curtain of this much loved Grade I listed building.
Combine a Grand Tour of the building with a beautiful afternoon tea for a quintessentially English experience in the heart of the capital.
Follow the contours of the building both inside and out on a fascinating journey through Victorian history and architecture.
Journey through the history of classical music at the Royal Albert Hall – the home of the BBC Promenade concerts, and much more music.
Discover the Royal Albert Hall’s rich history both as a film location and as a cinema, as part of the Festival of Film.
Bans, Bands and Beatniks: discover the rich history of the Hall in the ’sixties as part of Summer of Love: Revisited.
A brand new tour for Key Stage 2 students specifically designed to meet National Curriculum learning objectives for history and literacy.
Take a trip back in time to experience the sights and sounds of the 60s. Includes Swinging 60s Shuttle Bus tour, two-course lunch and guided Sixties at the Hall Tour.
We make every effort to accommodate individuals and groups on our tours, whatever their requirements.
Please note: There are a lot of stairs on the tour, so customers are advised to wear flat shoes. Lifts are also available when required.
More information for visitors to the Hall can be found on our Accessibility FAQs.
We can also offer private tours for groups of 15 people or more and offer specially tailored tours to school groups of any size.