The Royal Albert Hall in London is the world’s most famous stage, as well as a 24-hour cultural centre.
Royal Albert Hall
The world’s greatest musicians, dancers, sports stars and speakers have appeared on its stage, which has hosted unforgettable experiences since 1871.
Each year, there are approximately 380 events in the main auditorium, as well as more than 1,000 events a year in its secondary space, the Elgar Room, and beyond – including programmes for children and families and daytime food with live music.
Aside from live performance, the Royal Albert Hall is a top destination for sightseeing and tours. Grand Tours of the building run every half hour on most days, taking visitors on a fascinating journey through the Royal Albert Hall’s magnificent 147 year history, architecture and legendary performances.
There’s also the Verdi Restaurant, situated at Door 12, which opens at 12pm for lunch and is perfect for families looking to make a day of it. Children’s menu available.