Things to do in The Beatles
See where it all began for the Beatles. From where Paul and John first met to writing songs and practising on the porch of their childhood homes . Liverpool is the place to unravel the Fab Four’s history. Rock 'n' roll groovers will love seeing where they first started gigging at the Cavern Club, and just a minute’s walk away is where you can find the Liverpool Beatles Museum. Its collection of guitars, drums and the infamous white cello from Magical Mystery Tour will amaze you.
Enjoy tours with local guides for a complete Beatles experience – enjoy local knowledge as they take you to places that inspired songs such as Penny Lane where the boys used to catch the bus, the Barber Shop, the tombstone of Eleanor Rigby and the red gates of Strawberry Fields.
Delve deeper into the band’s history at the Beatles Story exhibition – the world’s largest permanent exhibition devoted to the band – located at the Royal Albert Dock. Further up the waterfront is where you’ll find the larger-than-life tribute statue of the Fab Four as they look over the River Mersey – a larger-than-life tribute to the band who put Liverpool on the map and gifted creativity and music that bridges generations.
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The Beatles Story exhibition tickets
Book your tickets to the Beatles Story exhibition now. Discover the largest exhibition devoted to The Beatles in their hometown of Liverpool.
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Book a visit to the Liverpool Beatles Museum today and twist and shout as you discover one of the world's largest Beatles collections!
Strawberry Field Liverpool visitor experience
Visit the Strawberry Field experience and enjoy the interactive exhibition, garden tour, stylish cafe, and spend a day discovering the Beatles!
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Beatles in Liverpool exploration game and tour
Go on a fun Liverpool walking tour about the Beatles where you will follow clues to discover amazing places and local stories using your smartphone.
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Reviews The Beatles
“We visited in February so although the gardens we neat and tidy I plan to visit again when there are flowers etc. Cafe lovely. Exhibition interesting with different subjects. Plenty of room for disabled.”
“Very interesting both about the orphanage and John Excellent help for those with needs to get on job ladder. Will come again in summer to see flowers etc February not a great month for gardens.”