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London is Calling : Visit Abbey Road Studios

Updated: Dec 19, 2019

Whether you're looking for things to do in London such as events and attractions, you should visit the famous Abbey Road crossing! It is situated in an inner London borough, the City of Westminster.

An iconic place for any musicians especially "The Beatles" fans. Over the years, Abbey Road Studios has been hosting recording session for many famous artists from Radiohead, Oasis, Amy Winehouse, and Muse to Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran, Frank Ocean, and Adele. They have made Abbey Road Studios as part of their recording journey.

Here's a video of Abbey Road Crossing!


Itinerary : Little Venice, Abbey Road Studios, Camden Market & Carnaby Street.

We took a trip to Abbey Road Studios for our mini "musical tour". Before heading to the studio, we suggest you alight at Paddington Station and take a walk down Little Venice. Enjoy the greenery!

You will catch a glimpse of boat house and restaurant along the river.

Central London - Little Venice Tube Guide: From central London, alight at Paddington Station, head Northeast on Praed St and walk towards Warwick Ave.

Halfway down the river, we took a bus near Warwick Ave and head to Abbey Road crossing. Once arrived, it took about 5mins from the bus top to Abbey Road crossing and you won't missed it! There will be a crowd of people trying to get the best shot crossing the road.

Little Venice - Abbey Road Studios

Bus Guide:

Service 46 - Warwick Avenue (Stop K) alight at Grove End Road (Stop F) 4mins walk to Abbey Road

Do check out Abbey Road Shop, situated adjacent to the studio. You can buy some cool official merchandise. They have a selection of tote bag, t-shirt, guitar pick, drumsticks and more. I even bought the Abbey Road street sign from the store!

Here are some of the items purchased during our visit. Be sure to buy more as it would make a great gift for your friends and family.

Next stop, we walk down Abbey Road to take a bus to Camden Market. It is where the famous Amy Winehouse statue is located. It reminds me of Bugis Street with shops and food stands all around. It took about 35mins bus ride from Abbey Road.

Abbey Road Studios - Camden Market

Bus Guide: Service 189 and alight at (Stop H) Walk to Abbey Road South Hampstead (Stop X) Switch to Service 139 and alight at Camden Market.

If you miss local food, be sure to visit "Paparich" at the entrance of Camden Market. Local delicacies such as fried rice, fried kway teow and curry rice are served.

You can buy cool stuffs such as vinyls, street sign and handicraft from the vendors. There are even Dr Martens and Skinny Dip store. Check out some photos from Camden Market below! The whole area is very lively. You might want to take your time going through the alley.

Here's a slideshow of the trip!

Once done, we head straight to Chalk Farm tube station and make our way to Soho. We were lucky to be there during the Bohemian Rhapsody Lights display. The neon signs illuminate the lively street are actually the lyrics to the song!

A bustling city, from Abbey Road to downtown. We simply love every moment of our mini 'musical tour'!

Camden Market - Carnaby St

Tube Guide: Chalk Farm to Oxford Circus - Walk along Regent St towards Great Marlborough St.

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Tips: Best way to travel around London is by purchasing an Oyster card from Heathrow Airport or any London Underground station.

-Adel Shah

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