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The largest Beatles museum in the world. You get to see the biggest Beatles collection collected by one person. With merchandise, LPs original clothes and gold albums. There is also a museum shop where your can score nice Beatles items. And we have...more
Hours Today: 11:00 - 16:30
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Pettemerstraat 12A, 1823 CW Alkmaar, The Netherlands
Strange, a Beatles museum in Alkaar. But very interesting. If you want the complete story behind the only Beatles performance in the Netherlands, or the myth of Paul McCartney's death, just go there. It's not big, but that's what makes it great.
What a gem, doesn’t look much from outside but wow it’s huge. Loads of Beatles stuff in a huge warehouse. Small cafe, gift shop and a big collection of vinyl,CD and books of all musical genres on sale. A must if you are in Alkmaar
An intense collection od memorabilia and stories.Private museum that is not well laid out for communication and experience but there is enough of The Beetles to keep one busy for a few hours. One can but some memorabilia here.
A great and wide variety of Beatles items. Great tour. Golden records, all kind of collectors items such as pins, dolls, chairs, genuine contracts and photo's of theB Beatles, also misprints such as glasses with the wrong Beatle name. The museum director gave us a...More
Loved visiting this museum but don't know if you'd be too keen if you aren't already a Beatles fan. But who doesn't love The Beatles??
We spent about an hour here and covered it all. From a UK perspective it was interesting to read about...More
The tour is really worth the money. You basically walk through the history of the Beatles and get a real feeling about their life and struggles. You can listen to it in all languages and even if you are not a fan you'll definitely love...More
I know Azing who owns the museum, from Liverpool Beatle Week and his museum doesn't disappoint at all. I was in Netherlands with a friend and she knows I am a Beatles Fan so was happy to join me in visiting the museum. Azing is...More