|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|The Gretsch 7 hour tour||£160.00 per ticket|
|The Hofner 5 hour tour||£110.00 per ticket|
|The Ludwig 2 hour tour||£70.00 per ticket|
|The Rickenbacker 3 hour tour||£90.00 per ticket|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
Beatles Taxi Tour in a brand new Electric Taxicab decorated in a style inspired by the John Lennon Rolls Royce. We offer a range of tours to suit both avid Beatles fans and those looking for a general introduction to The Beatles and their story.
The vehicle offers passengers the opportunity to take a tour in a zero emissions vehicle which includes the added benefit of a separate passenger compartment with Wi-Fi connection and charging points for use with mobile devices.
Tour times range from 2 to 7 hours and all tours take you on a journey from childhood to teenage years through to the inception of Beatlemania. You visit the homes in which John, Paul, George and Ringo grew up, the schools they attended and significant locations that catalogue their history, including where John was first introduced to Paul and the sites that inspired the classic songs you will know and love - Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields and Eleanor Rigby.
The 5 hour takes you on a more intimate journey exploring locations associated with those close to The Beatles throughout their formative years and their early success. Additional sites include the homes of Julia Lennon, Brian Epstein and John and Cynthia's Honeymoon Apartment Brian provided as a wedding gift in 1962.
The 7 hour (bespoke) tour will appeal to real hardcore fans and takes in ALL the locations mentioned in the other tours but also includes lesser known sites such as the final resting places of Stu Sutcliffe, Mary McCartney and the additional childhood homes of John, Paul and George, as well as the homes purchased by John and Ringo for family members when they became famous. You visit the venues of their early gigs such as Woolton Village Hall. You will visit The Percy Phillips Studio where The Quarrymen recorded 'In Spite of All the Danger' and 'That'll be the Day' and the Liverpool housing estate built in the early 1980s where the streets are named after all four Beatles. On your journey
back into Liverpool you will have the opportunity to see Liverpool Town Hall balcony where The Beatles had their homecoming on 10th July 1964. This tour includes the option of a lunch stop at a traditional British Public House where The Quarrymen performed in 1958.
Visitors are picked up at a location of their choice normally in Liverpool City centre and agreed when the tour is booked.
|Open (1 January 2020 - 31 December 2020)|
* Closed Christmas Day