A Pop Culture Tour of London

Pop culture loves London and the city has been the setting for many great fictional works over the years. For a tour with a difference, try ticking off all these London pop-culture locations suggested by thetravelpop.com. Famous for their roles in music, literature, television and films, there are great photo opportunities to be had at these iconic locations. They’re all within walking distance of the Tube (Underground) station listed in bold.

  1. The pedestrian crossing featured on the cover of The Beatles’ Abbey Road LP, which turned out to be their last album. St John’s Wood Station
  2. Platform 9 3/4, the gateway to Hogwarts from the Harry Potter series. King’s Cross St Pancras
  3. Dr Who’s method of transport through time and space, the TARDIS, which is actually a police box. Earl’s Court Station
  4. 221B Baker Street, the home of detective Sherlock Holmes. Baker St Station
  5. The blue door and the bookshop from the movie Notting Hill. Notting Hill Gate
  6. MI6 headquarters, workplace of ultimate spy James Bond. Vauxhall Tube Station