Walk in the footsteps of legends at Abbey Road Studios, the most famous recording studio in the world is also available as a truly unique events venue. Our legendary Studios One, Two and Three can easily be adapted to suit an array of corporate Christmas parties or private events; including dinners, receptions, and live performances. We also offer once-in-a-lifetime experiences, including our bespoke Record a Song Experience, which offers the opportunity to make music in the rooms famously used by artists including The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Adele, Amy Winehouse and Jay Z.
Studio One was the world’s first purpose-built recording studio and remains the largest. Large enough to accommodate a full orchestra and choir simultaneously, the impressive room has witnessed the recording of some of cinema’s most famous film scores, including Star Wars, Harry Potter and Skyfall.
From Elgar to Kanye West, the inspiring room has staged numerous landmark recordings, including The Beatles’ seminal performance of All you Need is Love, as part of the first ever international live satellite broadcast All You Need Is Love to the world during the first ever satellite broadcast.
This space is so unique and different, that it really will wow your guests. This space is perfectly suited to gala dinners, conferences, live music performances, conference and team building activities.
Stephen Woodman6 months ago
Cracking little gift shop with loads of Beatles souvenirs as well as items relating to other artists who recorded at Abbey Road, such as Oasis and Pink Floyd. Friendly, helpful staff on hand to provide information and offer advice. Once you've taken your photo on the famous Abbey Road zebra crossing, pop into the gift shop and pick up a souvenir!
Sebastian D'Agostino7 months ago
A must see for any rock fan. Here the world was changed through the recording of major albums by the Beatles, Pink Floyd, among others. The Abbey Road picture of the Beatles' album was taken just in the pedestrian walk across the street.
Mark Yackley9 months ago
Currently, only able to visit the Shop. Truly unfortunate. This is very much a missed opportunity of the Studio. No reason they could not accommodate tours for the public at least one day a week. Shop is decent enough, I still bought stuff.
Ely Barrios2 months ago
If you are fan of the Beatles you have to book in advance the visiting for the studios. Outside you have the famous street, to have a picture. The cons are that obviously many people are waiting to take the picture and the traffic that is present on that road all the time!
AP Din the last week
I was in Studio 2 for a film Soundtrack recording with the London Philharmonia. It was a pleasure to have been there in the same Studio as used by the likes of Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin etc. Staff and all involved were great.