They say that the Abbey Road zebra crosswalk, made famous by the Fab Four for their album cover of the same name, is among the top most popular sights for tourists to London, England to shoot photos of themselves as they reinact that famous Beatles Abbey Road album cover. But now, thanks to Google UK, anyone anywhere can go inside the famed Abbey Road Studios where the Beatles recorded (and other albums too including ones by Oasis, and Adele, plus such soundtracks as for Star Wars and Harry Potter).
Note that the tour is a virtual online tour of Abbey Road; albeit a hands on, interactive one that begins by clicking on this link to Inside Abbey Road that will look like the screen still above. Then, wearing headphones as highly recommended for full effect, click on Step Inside link which will take you inside where you can choose one of the available studios to go inside and learn. For example go into the "Tape Effects" and play around with basic analog (pre-digital) type effects or you can go into the J37 where you are challenged "to master the J37" by mixing around the sole four instruments. "Innovative artists got around this by merging instruments onto one channel" - the page advises as you can make your own tracks using the hard break beat drum line laid down as your starting point before selecting a bass guitar line or a flute riff, etc. etc.