Love the Royal Albert Hall? Now you take take a virtual tour around the historic building and even inside our iconic auditorium from the comfort of your own sofa by using Google Street View’s 360-degree panoramic imagery!

Using the link below, step inside our iconic auditorium – it’s all yours to have a private wander around.

Look out at the spectacular view of the auditorium from our world famous stage. This very spot has been graced by the most legendary singers, dancers, performers and statesmen in history including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Adele, Albert Einstein and Sir Winston Churchill.

Turn around to gawp at the Henry Willis Organ. This beast of an instrument, known as the ‘voice of Jupiter’, is 70 ft high and 65 ft wide, and is made up of a huge 9,999 pipes! Laid end-to-end, the pipes would span approximately nine miles.

Next, gaze up at the stunning roof of the Hall. Although the roof is some 45 meters above from this view, hanging about two-thirds of the way up are 85 fibreglass saucers acoustic diffusers, known as the ‘mushrooms’.

While you’re in the building, spin around and enter the Verdi – Italian Kitchen. Open every day to the public, the bright and airy restaurant boasts brilliant views over the Royal College of Music!