London Calling! Rock and Roll Tour - Black Cab Heritage Tours
Delighting Guests Since 2008

London Calling! Rock and Roll Tour


London Calling!

Spotify addicts, eat your heart out. We’re crashing the hang-outs of British punk bands and rock superstars in this tour.

Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Stranglers, The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, David Bowie, Queen, The Who, The Kinks, T.Rex plus the American icon Jimi Hendrix…all hands on the deck. Discover where they played. Walk where they left their iconic footsteps…grunging in seedy Soho or swinging in swanky Mayfair.

Your BCHT drivers knows a thing or two about the London rock scene. Mick Greenwood’s band recently performed at Glastonbury. Paul Williams (regularly gigs for West London ‘Riverkites’. And Mark Taylor is a Bass player himself. He played in the 1980’s new wave band ‘Department S’. We’re not talking rehearsed commentary here. Want inside info? Ask away…

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3 hours
1-6 cabs per booking
Includes pick up and drop-off
Available on certain dates
Offered in English, French
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Your health and safety are our top priorities at Black Cab Heritage Tours. We've implemented the following special measures to keep you safe both during and after your tour:

Private Tours: London Black Cabs have a maximum seating capacity for up to 6 guests in a private setting. This capacity is ideal for couples and small family groups.

Stringent Cleaning: Each guide sanitises their black cab with disinfectant cleaning agents after each tour activity. The passenger area has separately controlled air-conditioning. Driver Guides wash and sanitise their hands on a frequent basis throughout the day. In addition, hand sanitizer is available to all guests.

Social Distancing: A transparent partition screen provides a private passenger compartment, providing a safe space for guests. This exceeds the current 2 metres minimum distance based on UK Government guidelines. Our drivers promote panoramic sightseeing in the safest and cleanest form of London transport. Presentation stops are conducted in quiet open air locations, away from crowded hot spots.