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    Opened in 1871 by Queen Victoria in memory of Prince Albert, the Royal Albert Hall is one of London’s most iconic music venues and tourist attractions. Treat your group to a captivating, guided tour of the Royal Albert Hall to experience a piece of history like no other. You’ll hear stories of legend, love and controversy and witness views you’ll never forget.

    How to book

    Please complete the booking form or call our dedicated group tours booking team on 020 7959 0558.

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    2018 tours and rates

    Group rates only apply to more than 15 people.

    Tour Standard rate Group rate per person
    Grand Tour £14.00 £10.00
    Day in the Life Tour (for school groups 11- 18) £6.00
    Behind the Scenes Tour £17.00 £13.00
    Additional 30-minute tour or talk or your choosing £6.00

    Food and drink

    We are conscious that group organisers are always looking for options that not only offer good quality and value for money but are simple to book. We hope that our packages for pre-booked groups, which can be added to any tour, will deliver just that.

    Tour package Grand Tour Behind the Scenes Day in the Life
    Tour only £10 £13 £6
    Tour + 3 course lunch £31 £34 £27
    Tour + 2 course lunch £26.50 £29.50 £22.50
    Tour + afternoon tea £38 £41 £34
    Tour + coffee/pastry £14 £17 £10


    Our food and drink packages are supplied by our deliciously different caterers, Rhubarb.

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    Multi-tour offer

    Make a day of it with our best-price Multi-Tour Offer.

    Grand Tour Behind the Scenes Day in the Life
    2 tours + 2 course lunch £34.50 £37.50 £30.50
    2 tours + coffee/pastry £22 £25 £18
  • Accessibility

    We make every effort to accommodate individuals and groups on our tours, whatever their requirements. All tour routes cover a moderate distance and can involve stairs. However, lifts are available and all tour routes are accessible to guests who use wheelchairs.

    If you are part of a group that requires a BSL interpreter then this can be arranged and booked through us with advance notice. Tours for groups or individuals who are visually impaired can also be arranged. Any group that wishes to bring its own descriptive or language interpreter is welcome.

    Browse our accessibility pages

    Getting Here

    For directions to the Hall, as well as information on coach parking, visit our Getting Here pages.

  • Further benefits
    • Free entry and welcome drink for every group tour organiser bringing a group of 15 or more people to the Hall
    • 10% discount on all souvenirs available from the Hall’s gift shop and on coffee and snacks in Café Bar