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Secret History Tour at the Royal Albert Hall

Getting your children to engage with activities that also educate them can be difficult as they will often think it's going to boring and unexciting.

However, the Royal Albert Hall is putting on an event that will make learning fun and exciting for all the family.

The Secret History Tour takes you on a journey through time, telling you about the iconic London hall's link to a number of key historical events. From its connection to the Suffragettes to the variety of famous faces that have performed there, the Albert Hall has seen a lot since it was built in 1871.

By booking through the official website, you can get an online discount, with adult tickets being priced at £12.75 and children getting in for just £5.75. There are also group bookings available if you want to take the whole family along.

Going to the Secret History Tour will give you a truly unique experience and a whole new view of the Royal Albert Hall. As a working building, the content of each individual tour can vary, meaning each visit will be different.

Some lucky guests may also get the chance to see artists rehearsing for their evening performance.

A variety of famous faces have performed at London's most iconic concert venue and, as such, there are many stories to tell about its history. From ghost hunters to gangsters to divas and superstars, the stage of the Royal Albert Hall has seen it all.

As well as learning more about its importance in history, visitors will also get the chance to understand more about the performers who have visited the venue. You'll be able to hear about the backstage gossip and discover which singer was so intimidated by the Royal Albert Hall that he decided to go horse-riding instead of performing at his concert.

The Secret History Tour at London's Royal Albert Hall is a fantastic opportunity to take the whole family on an educational experience with a difference.

How to get there
Guests staying at the Royal Garden Hotel can walk along Kensington High Street to get to the Royal Albert Hall.

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