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The award-winning ‘The Beatles Story’ is the world's largest permanent exhibition devoted to telling the story of The Beatles’ rise to fame. Located in the Fab Four’s hometown of Liverpool on the stunning UNESCO World heritage waterfront at the...more
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Toured the Beatles Story as a stop with Globus tours. Excellent displays and self tour. Lots of tourists going through the building. Excellent gift shop at the end of the tour. Very worthwhile if you are visiting Liverpool!!!
My daughter and I enjoyed this, we were both too young to have been around in their heyday, so learnt a lot from the visit. Nicely put together with a good atmosphere. I liked the recreation of the Cavern club.
We visited here on a Saturday in September, I had phoned to ask if we need to book in September, and told no need. We walked straight in, bought our tickets, got our audio guide, and off we went.
The first part was how The...More
Everything you ever wanted to know about The Beatles is right here in a well-organised, chronological story. Not only but also... each of The Beatles individual careers after 1969 is on display, theirs is a true ‘never-ending story’. In 300 years time, there will still...More
Fabulous couple of hours reliving my youth. Lots of interesting facts about the band from their beginning to the break up and after. Very easy to walk around in your own time. Headphones are part of the entrance fee.
We had pre booked our tickets assuming this would mean faster entrance but was left queuing for 25 mins . This meant my back was very painful having to stand so long before going in. The Cavern club where there where chairs to sit was...More
A wonderful 3 hours spent wandering through the exhibits and displays which are chronologically ordered aided by an easy to use headphone and audio system. There were not as many items of memorabilia as I would have liked, but the original Strawberry Field gates were...More
I was a teenager when they started their world tour so I was looking forward to the museum. I was not disappointed!! Included in the entrance ticket is audio tape that you access according to your location. You can access the general commentary per numbered...More