The Beatles Story in Liverpool is a museum dedicated to telling the history, legacy, culture and music of the legendary English band formed in the city.
This place is one of the best pleasures the city has to offer, and it is the longest exhibition in the world about the life of the band and each of its members.
It really is a must-see attraction if you find yourself in Liverpool, because apart from the musical group, the museum amazes with its style and its decoration.
This legendary museum offers special content told by the relatives of these four musicians who became the most famous rock group of all time.
Visitors can learn about other aspects of the conventional history told from the perspective of Julia Baird, John Lennon’s sister.
It is an audio guide called Living History, which in a very pleasant way makes you travel through time; The material is available in several languages: German, Spanish, French, English, Italian, Japanese, Polish and Russian.
More than a museum we could say that it is a theme park, and it gives you a long trip full of the best 60s music.
The Beatles Story in Liverpool has audiovisual and multimedia materials to explain the influence that Elvis and Buddy Holly had on the giants of England.
Also, the incredible space of Woolton Village Fête is where Paul McCartney tells how he met John Lennon.
You can also see some of the old instruments that belonged to the guitarist and vocalist of the band.
The museum is divided into several areas, among the most prominent we can mention:
You will enjoy a 4D animation about a fun story with magical characters that travel the world with the music of the Beatles.
These images are also available for sale in the museum’s Fab4Store.
This venue also has a themed coffee shop of the Starbucks chain.
Where you can eat and exchange experience with the hundreds of fans who attend every day and make Liverpool a tourist city par excellence.
Address: Britannia Vaults Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AD
You can attend any day of the week from 9 am to 6 pm.
The nearest train station is Lime Street and it takes 20 minutes to walk from there.
The ONE bus station is 7 minutes walking and you can get there by taking the 800, 500 or 25 bus.
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Days Out In Liverpool
40 Rodney Street
0151 665 0098