Services: LBS Historical Music Tour

LBS Wall

London Bridge Studio is offering a unique musical historic tour of the 25 year old facility.

Visit with one of our engineers and see where the iconic 90's records were recorded. See the small vocal booth where Eddie Vedder, Layne Staley, Andrew Wood, Chris Cornel and Shannon Hoon all recorded their epic vocal takes. Hang out in the lounge where these bands spent weeks on end living while recording. View the Wall of Fame (wall of gold records) and the Wall of Shame (wall of scraps left behind by bands). See the autographed drum heads and LBS guest book.


**Please read information below carefully before purchasing tickets**


• Tours must be arranged at least 48 hours in advance.  

• Tickets are non refundable or transferable 

• Tours are available 7 days a week, start at 10am and last for about an hour.  (because we are a functioning studio we cannot provide tours any later then 10am)

• There is a minimum of 2 people per tour (if you are booking for one person you will need to buy 2 tickets.  Sorry for this inconvenience)

• London Bridge Studio is 11.3 miles North of downtown Seattle.  It's about a 15 minute drive by car or 1 hour trip by Metro buss.  Please plan accordingly.  

• To book a tour send us an e-mail with what date you want and we will RSVP.   Book Tour Here



Seattle's surge to musical prominence in the late 80s and 90s stemmed in large part from albums recorded at London Bridge. Influential bands of that era such as Mother Love Bone, Temple of the Dog and Alice In Chains all recorded classic Seattle records here. Soundgarden's Grammy-winning Louder Than Love (90) and Pearl Jam's multi-platinum debut Ten (91), both brought the studio national notoriety. Throughout the 90s bands such as Blind Melon, Candlebox, Unwritten Law, Default, and 3 Doors Down all recorded at London Bridge.

LBS Lounge