You couldn’t visit a better city for a music themed trip than Liverpool. Of course, we’ve got enough Beatles attractions to keep you busy for days but we’ve got so much more music on offer to escape the everyday to.

If you’re looking for a Beatles day out to Twist and Shout about, a british music history lesson, suggestions on where to head to enjoy some live music or looking to spend the evening at a show, you’ll find it all in Liverpool. 

So, whether you’re planning a city break with a gang of your mates, looking for a few days away with your other half or going on a solo adventure, Liverpool is the perfect place to get away to it all, we can promise you that!

For a bit of inspiration on what our music scene has to offer, we’ve put together some activities not to miss out on. From places to stay, to things to do and recommendations for a bite to eat, we’ve got you covered. 

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The Baltic Hotel in the Baltic Triangle district of the city is the perfect place to rest your head whilst on a musical adventure in Liverpool. The stylish hotel has regular live music sessions in the parlour with beautiful rooms to head back and relax in to complete your stay.



One of the best ways to see all the famous Beatles locations across the city is with Fab 4 Taxi Tours. Grab your ticket to ride in a private black cab as your expert tour guide takes you on a journey around Penny Lane, Strawberry Field, Eleanor Rigby’s grave, Woolton Village and the childhood homes of the four lads from Liverpool. There are lots of different packages to pick from to suit all budgets and time frames so no one has to miss out either.

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Roll up, Roll up for the Magical Mystery Tour for an epic adventure around Liverpool. Jump on board the famous yellow bus and see all the famous Beatles locations with facts, figures and a few laughs along the way from your expert tour guide. It’s certainly a tour for your Beatles bucket list. 

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No trip to the hometown of the fab four is complete without a trip to The Beatles Story. The world’s largest permanent exhibition dedicated to The Beatles takes you on a journey around their record breaking career, lives and solo careers. 



With over 600 artefacts on display, The British Music Experience tells the story of British Rock and Pop music over the decades. Charting the beginnings, rise and influence of British pop from 1945 to the present day, they cover everyone from The Beatles to The Rolling Stones, Bowie, The Spice Girls and Little Mix. See outfits worn by Bowie, instruments played by Oasis and handwritten lyrics from Adele amongst so much more in their galleries, interactive zones and audio visual experiences. 

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The Museum of Liverpool have recently reopened their Wondrous Place Gallery that celebrates the city’s staggering roll call of trailblazing entertainers, musicians, sports people and so much more! The free exhibition features the iconic Beatles grey suits, Spice Girls stage costumes and so much more from the city’s musical creativity. 



If there’s one thing we know how to do in Liverpool it’s put on a show and there are so many venues in the city for you to enjoy all kinds of music to dance the night away to. From huge international touring acts at the M&S Bank Arena to contemporary classical performances at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, DJ sets at 24 Kitchen Street and intimate gigs at Jimmys - there’s something for everyone. 


If musical theatre is more your thing then we have plenty of theatres for you to take a seat at a show. Liverpool Empire Theatre welcomes the biggest musicals straight off the West End while Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse Theatres showcase the best touring productions and local talent. 


You can’t go wrong with breakfast at Lucy In The Sky just off Dale Street. Not only is it named after a Beatles song but they do beautiful breakfast dishes to set you up for a day exploring Liverpool. 

Dine in a bit of musical history at The Cavern Club Restaurant on Mathew Street for something to eat. They’ve got all the classics on their menu from burgers to fish and chips, and our local dish, scouse. 

Supporting creativity in Liverpool, Liverpool Arts Bar is the perfect place to go for a drink after a long day in the city. With local art hanging on the wall, live events, open mic nights, theatre and lots more, it’s perfect for a bit of local culture. 

For more ideas on how to escape the everyday in Liverpool visit our dedicated page here.

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Beatles Magical Mystery Tour
Bus/Coach Tour
A yellow and blue coach with 'Magical Mystery Tour' in rainbow letters. The coach is parked up on a sunny day by the quayside of Albert Dock.

See the sights and sounds of Beatles Liverpool on the Magical Mystery Tour, with entertaining commentary and music.

Fab 4 Taxi Tours
Fab 4 Taxi Tour cab on the side of the road.

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.

The Beatles Story
A mock up Cavern Club stage. The middle of the stage features the iconic 'The Beatles' bass drum and 3 guitars.

The award-winning ‘The Beatles Story’ is the world's largest permanent exhibition purely devoted to telling the story of The Beatles’ rise to fame.

British Music Experience
British Music Experience Exhibition entrance point. The  building inside is Italian Renaissance in style with a new lighting rig and projected images.

The British Music Experience tells the story of British Music through costumes, instruments, performance and memorabilia. Whatever age you are, and whatever you are into, there is something here for you.