Liverpool is proud to be the birthplace of the best band in the world, and Beatles fans making a pilgrimage to the city won’t be disappointed.
The first stop has to be the Beatles Story in the Albert Dock, a fantastic visitor attraction dedicated to the Fab Four. The Beatles Story follows John, Paul, George and Ringo from their early beginnings to global Beatlemania and beyond. Allow several hours for your visit as there is so much to see.
Anyone coming to Liverpool for The Beatles should stop off at the world-famous Cavern Club on Mathew Street in the city centre. The Beatles played there nearly 300 times, and you can hear live music every day of the week, including the fabulous Cavern Beatles.
And fans will not want to miss International Beatleweek, an international event with bands and fans from over 40 countries. As well as live gigs, there are exhibitions, memorabilia sales, speakers, video shows, sightseeing tours and a convention.
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The Cavern Club is the world famous music venue where the Beatles played in the early 1960s.
Intimate portraits of the late Beatle George Harrison and Eric Clapton by the woman who shared both their lives exclusively on display at The Beatles Story.
See the sights and sounds of Beatles Liverpool on the Magical Mystery Tour, with entertaining commentary and music.
A unique visitor attraction that transports you on an enlightening journey into the culture and music of the Beatles.
Create your own personalised Beatles tour from the comfort of a private black taxi and see all of the famous sites. Price is per cab.
PricePrice £50.00 to £110.00 Per Ticket
Come together on the Beatles Walk and discover 1960’s Liverpool on the best Beatles sightseeing walk in the city.
PricePrice £18.00 to £60.00 Per Ticket
This joint tour is the only one to take you inside the childhood homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney and the places where many of the earliest Beatles songs were composed and rehearsed.
Strawberry Field, a former Salvation Army children's home in the Liverpool suburb of Woolton, is a famous landmark relating to The Beatles in the city.
Named after the celebrated pop artist Sir Peter Blake who created the iconic artwork for the Sgt Peppers album cover, the restaurant boasts wall- to- wall original Beatles artwork including a centrepiece display of 60 images of icons for the albums.
This fantastic deluxe boutique hotel is a converted Grade II listed building, retaining character of its original form.