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Royal Albert Hall Tickets and Deals

Updated: April 22, 2024
 By Margaret

This post covers how to get tickets for the Royal Albert Hall tour, including tips on how to save money on admission.

Tour Tickets 

For those wanting to visit the Hall, not as an audience spectator but as a tourist, the Hall is open for tours and exhibitions throughout the year.

Known as the Public Grand Tours, tours are led by highly-skilled guides who take visitors throughout the building including into the auditorium, the Queen’s private suites, and the Galleries.

You can find out more about this experience by reading our post covering Royal Albert Hall tours.

Tours last around an hour.

Prices: Adult - £18.50 | Concession - £16.50 | Child - £10.50

Purchase tickets for the Royal Albert Hall tour.

Notes: Afternoon Tea can be added to your tour for a charge. Groups of over 15 can pre-book private tours as well as Behind the Scenes Tours.

Performance Tickets

Even today, the Royal Albert Hall is a fully functioning venue that hosts a variety of concerts, stage performances, and more.

Throughout the year, as various different events and performances are held inside the Hall, visitors can book tickets online whenever they are available.

There are also tours of the concert hall for those who want to learn more about the history of this venue.

Deals and Offers

If you're looking for cheap tickets to Royal Albert Hall tours or events, this section will provide several offers you can use to make your experience more affordable.

We will also cover deals that may become available at a later date, but which are not currently offered.

1. 2 For 1 Travel Deal

Tours of Royal Albert Hall are part of the 2 for 1 travel deal.

This concession service allows you to purchase two tickets for the price of one when you use the National Rail to reach Royal Albert Hall.

2. London Pass

Admission to the Royal Albert Hall tour is included with the London Pass.

This concession service allows you to pay one flat price for access to dozens of activities in the London area.

3. Promo Sites

Check out our Budget Guide to London, where we list our suggestions for promo sites that may have concessions for tours of the Hall.

4. Children's Tickets

Parents bringing children between the ages of 5-16 will be eligible for the children's ticket concession, which is roughly £8 less than the adult admission price.

5. Senior Offer

If you are over the age of 60, you should be eligible for the concession price of £16.50.

This is a great opportunity that many people forget about when purchasing tickets.

6. Military Offer

Although Royal Albert Hall currently offers a £2 concession for members of the Armed Forces and Emergency Services.

7. Student Offer

University students are eligible for the concession ticket price of £16.50.

Whether you're trying to learn about Royal Albert Hall for a class project or you just want to experience the history of this venue, this is a great way to save a few pounds.

8. Become a Member

The Royal Albert Hall Friends & Patrons membership is great for people living in or around London who plan to visit the venue multiple times per year.

Members are eligible for a 30% off on tickets for them and their friends.

They also include benefits like free use of the cloak room, priority booking, 10% off retail purchases and more.

Membership starts at £45 per year.

9. Teacher Concession

Royal Albert Hall does not currently offer any concessions for educators, but this could change in the future.

We recommend calling to ask if there are any teacher offers available before purchasing tickets.

About The Author


An American simply by accident of birth, Margaret moved to London over 16 years ago and hasn’t looked back since! With a keen interest in History – and a BA degree to match – Margaret prides herself on her knowledge of the amazing city she calls home and she's been guiding here now for nearly a decade. Social history is her real expertise, with sound understanding of the day-to-day lives of Londoners over the past centuries. Read More...
Updated: April 22nd, 2024
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