Abbey Road Studios is opening its doors to the public this summer.
Fans of The Beatles will have a rare opportunity to see where the group’s iconic album was recorded 50 years ago.
A limited tour entitled ‘The Studios That Became a Legend’ launches on August 8, exactly 50 years on from the album’s release and runs until 18.
The recording studio is usually closed to the public so this a rare chance to see inside the place where some of the biggest albums of all time were created.
This, of course, includes ‘Abbey Road’ by The Beatles who’s album cover which features the four members walking across a zebra crossing has become one of the most imitated images in pop culture.
It’s the group’s 11th studio album and was released in 1969, reaching the number one spot in the UK and US, features songs ‘Come Together’, ‘Here Comes the Sun’ and ‘Something’ and has sold more than 31 million copies.