The legendary London site was put up for sale by EMI earlier this week with a view to easing the firm's financial situation.
According to The Daily Telegraph, Lloyd Webber's spokesman said: "Andrew Lloyd Webber is very interested in buying Abbey Road Studios. He first recorded there in 1967 with Tim Rice. He thinks it is vital that the studios are saved for the future of the music industry in the UK.
"Abbey Road has such great facilities, with three major recording studios, and Andrew has probably brought more musicians to record there than anyone else, because it has the capacity to record large orchestral productions."
Of the possibility of joining Lloyd Webber, Rice said: "It depends. If there's a consortium with Andrew or Paul [McCartney] or somebody, I would not be uninterested.
"I would need to know a lot more about it. Does it have a future? Because people can make a recording in their front rooms nowadays. If it's just history then it's hard to justify."
> McCartney hopes to save Abbey Road