Abbey Road: Open House | Monday 9 August - Sunday 15 August

30th April 2021

For one week in August, Abbey Road Studios opens its doors to the public, offering a rare glimpse inside the legendary studios.

Running daily from 9 August to 15 August, Abbey Road: Open House is part of Abbey Road Studios' 90th anniversary celebrations, taking guests on a specially curated journey through the Studios' history.

 
 
For the first time ever, visitors will be able to explore all three of the original recording rooms made famous by artists from Shirley Bassey, The Beatles, Pink Floyd and Kate Bush to Oasis, Kanye West, Adele, Ed Sheeran and Frank Ocean and discover the stories that made Abbey Road a legend. Beyond the Studios, visitors will be able to access the control rooms and the famous Studio Two Echo Chamber - all with a rich history dating back to 1931.

Giving more access than ever before, ticketholders will be able to explore the Studios' legacy of innovation from the patenting of stereo to the invention of numerous recording techniques still used across the globe today. The Open House will also cover the Studios' rich history of film scoring and demonstrate how the studios have been used to record the music from some of the biggest movies ever made, including Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Lord of The Rings and The Hobbit trilogies, many of the Harry Potter, Marvel and Star Wars films, Black Panther, The Kings Speech, and the Oscar winning scores for Gravity and The Shape of Water.
 

An unmissable event for Summer 2021

Combining unseen images, film and artefacts, the Open House will also allow guests to see the legendary recording consoles, equipment and instruments that have shaped recorded music history and defined popular culture.

Home to countless landmark recordings and ground-breaking advances in audio technology, discover why Abbey Road is the world's most famous recording studio through a carefully curated selection of images, film and artefacts.

Discover legendary recording consoles, equipment and instruments. From the illustrious EMI TG Mk3 recording console to the famous ‘Mrs Mills’ piano, during your visit you’ll see some of the most well known pieces from Abbey Road’s extensive equipment stores.

With access to Studios One, Two and Three, as well as their control rooms and the Studio Two echo chamber, the visit will be the first time that visitors have had the chance to see so much of the Studios
 

For more details on how to book your ticket, click here.

 
 

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