Royal Albert Hall - From The Albert Memorial, United Kingdom

Royal Albert Hall - From The Albert Memorial, United Kingdom
Royal Albert Hall - From The Albert Memorial, United Kingdom
The Royal Albert Hall is a Grade I-listed concert venue located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, in Greater London, United Kingdom. It was constructed between 1867 and 1871, following the designs of Captain Francis Fowke and Colonel H.Y.D. Scott. The building is best known for hosting the Proms, held annually since 1941, as well as the Classical Brit Awards. The Hall is also home to the largest pipe organ in the UK, with over 10,000 pipes. The Royal Albert Hall is open to the public to explore its magnificent architecture and history, from guided tours to private events. Its iconic stage features some of the most historic performances from The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and more. During the day, the Hall also offers a range of activities including talks, exhibitions and workshops for visitors of all ages.