Royal Albert Hall

Kensington Gore
Public transport:
Tube: High Street Kensington/South Kensington Train: Victoria


See inside the iconic Royal Albert Hall, which was opened by Queen Victoria in 1871 and named after her late husband, Prince Albert.

Royal Albert Hall events

The Royal Albert Hall is one of the most famous music and concert venues in the world. Soak up the atmosphere, the interior and the amazing acoustics at one of more than 360 events a year, including classical music, jazz, world music, circus, rock, pop, opera, dance, comedy and tennis.

Every summer, the Royal Albert Hall hosts the famous BBC Proms series of classical music concerts. The eight weeks of concerts culminate in the famous Last Night performances.

What else is there to do at the Royal Albert Hall?

You can take a guided tour of the Royal Albert Hall, enjoy a music-themed afternoon tea, or dine at one of the venue's restaurants, including Verdi Italian Kitchen, The Elgar Room Brasserie and Coda Restaurant by Éric Chavot.

Where is the Royal Albert Hall?

The Royal Albert Hall is in Kensington, south-west London.

How to get to the Royal Albert Hall

The nearest Tube stations, South Kensington and High Street Kensington, are a 10 to 15-minute walk from the Royal Albert Hall. Several bus routes also stop nearby.


Event Facilities
Breakout Rooms
Offers charity rates
Raked or tiered seating offered