London Sites

Rolling Stones History Tour: London Sites

After my first trip in 1994, I returned to England in June of 1999 to attend the Stones Wembley shows, and to visit even more Stones sites in and around London. London is the heart of Stones history and as such, there are a TON of things to see. To help ease your page-loading experience, I have added a second London page of Stones sites. Click the link at the bottom, or click here for page two.

Downe House Royal Albert Hall
Downe House. Mick and Jerry's London-area home; he moved next door after their divorce. Royal Albert Hall.

#102 Edith Grove 33 Mapesbury Rd. 1 Courtfield Rd.
102 Edith Grove. Mick, Keith, and Brian lived here from 1962-63 in "deplorable" conditions! 33 Mapesbury Rd. Mick and Keith moved into the flat on upper right (behind the tree)
after Edith Grove.
1 Courtfield Rd. Brian
shared a flat here with
Anita Pallenberg in 1967.

Olympic Studios 3 Cheyne Walk 3 Cheyne Walk
Olympic Studios, Barnes. From 1963 until as recently as 1998 with "No Security", the Stones recorded/worked on some of their best music here. 48 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea. Mick's former London home, shared first with Marianne Faithfull, then Bianca. 3 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea. Keith lived here with Anita Pallenberg.

Crawdaddy Club Sign
This sign is over the door of the "Bull and Bush" pub, formerly the site of the Crawdaddy Club at the
Station Hotel, Richmond.

Crawdaddy Club Bricklayer's Arms
1 Kew Rd., Richmond. The former site of the Crawdaddy Club at the Station Hotel. The Stones played their first gig here on February 24 1963, and soon after became the house band. 7 Broadwick St. Former site of the Bricklayer's Arms pub, where some
early rehearsals took place.

Jerry Hall Mask Keith Richards Mask
At the Hard Rock Cafe, mask painted by Jerry Hall. And Keith Richards' mask.

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