Love the Beatles? Here's how you can take a tour of Abbey Road Studios

Take a peek inside the famous recording studio.


( Love the Beatles (and music in general)? You'll love Google's new interactive tour of the hallowed Abbey Road Studios.


Think of their latest feature as a music fan's dream—right in the comfort of your home. Google's Street View technology allows fans to take a rare peek inside Studio One, the "world's largest purpose-built recording studio" where scores of films like Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Beauty and the Beast, and the final Harry Potter were recorded.


You can also catch a glimpse of Studio Two, where the Beatles famously recorded a majority of their songs (including their album, Please Please Me); and Studio Three, which was used to mix the Beatles Anthology.



Each room is chock-full of interviews, photographs, fascinating timelines, and riveting video performances. For example, Studio Two allows users to play around with music equipment or watch a video of a famous artist recording in the studio.


Other famous artists who have recorded in Abbey Road include Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Michael Jackson, and U2.


Take the interactive tour here.

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