Experience the world's oldest and last surviving grand music hall. A guided tour around Wilton's Music Hall offers a fascinating insight into the history and heritage of Wilton's itself, music halls in general and London's East End. Through the barley sugar columns and the faded glory of the interior one can still hear echoes of Champagne Charlie and past decadence.
Tours are given by passionate heritage experts who work full time at Wilton's raising funds to save the building. This beautiful and atmospheric building is the perfect cultural stop just five minutes from the Tower of London.
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Venue Details & Map
Wilton's Music Hall
off Ensign StreetLondonE1 8JB
- +44 (0)20 7702 2789
- Public transport:
- Tower Hill Turn left out of the station and walk to the traffic lights by the Tower Gateway DLR. Cross over and walk down Shorter Street and stop at the next traffic lights. Cross over onto Royal Mint Street. Walk down this road, take the first right after the traffic lights onto Ensign Street and immediately left onto Graces Alley.
- Accessible Bathroom Facilities
- Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet
- Accessible Venue Facilities
- Assistance dogs welcome
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Accessible Parking Facilities
- Blue badge parking available
- Attraction Facilities
- Patron toilets
- Catering Facilities
Beautiful venue, lovely old music hall with old paintings. Great range of productions with concerts, theatre and opera. Only warning I would give is that the rows aren't banked, so you could struggle to see nearer the back, even though the stage is raised.more
To my mind, Wilton's is of the same ilk as somewhere like the Balham Bowls Club. One of those quirky, unusual places that oozes history and just has an indefinable sense of character.
Plus, the crowd are slightly older, which I appreciate now I'm no longer a 20-something.
Plenty of beers and a few cocktails upstairs. They do serve food, but don't bother - it's pretty awful.
Having moved into the area, Wilton's is one of the locals, it is one of those places you love about London, walk down a random street and there's an old music hall there.
It has a small bar, nice vintage seating and does performances all the time of many different types.
The only thing I'd say was it gets busy really quickly and has ran out of beer on tap a few times during busy periods,...more
Beautiful old fashioned music hall, recently refurbished Im told.
Came here for a Swing Patrol dance night (which was great and has a lesson included in the ticket price before the dance starts...everybody swing!) but there seems to be an extensive monthly events list, which includes silent movies and cockney sing-a-longs to old music hall classics.
I highly recommend going here if you...more
My favorite place to grab a pint in London, and I often think about how old buildings like this would have toppled in a Californian earthquake a long while ago.
An old ale joint from the mid-1700s, it's now the world's oldest music hall. Summer is a great time to hang out here since the sunshine is still golden right after work, and it's honestly nice to pop a squat outside Wilton's to drink...more