Royal Albert Hall
A true slice of British culture and history, the Royal Albert Hall has entertained and inspired visitors continuously since 1871 and, to this day, remains one of the city's most renowned multipurpose venues. Whether it is music concerts, public meetings, ballets, exhibitions, scientific forums or award ceremonies, visiting this Grade I listed building is an unforgettable experience and must-see for any traveller finding themselves in London.
Aside from hosting the annual summer Proms - a tradition since 1941 - the Royal Albert Hall has long been recognised as a music venue for those interested in variety; from classical masterworks to full-out rock gigs. The fabulously lavish interior and décor, coupled with acoustics that give you optimum sound wherever you are seated, leave most who attend a show here in awe.
What's more, with 13 bars and 5 dining spaces on-site visitors will find extensive menus that cater for all tastes and fancies, perfect for before or after your favourite show.
Daily (except Wednesdays), 10.30am - 3.30pm.
Performance times may vary.
Kensington Gore, South-Kensington, SW7 2APView Larger Map
- Moderately Priced
Best For Whom
- Mature Travellers
Best For What
- Cultural Experience