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The Beatles Story

Closed Now: 09:00 - 18:00
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The Beatles Story Experience
from US$22.54*
The Beatles Story Experience
from US$22.54*
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The award-winning ‘The Beatles Story’ is the world's largest permanent exhibition devoted to telling the story of The Beatles’ rise to fame. Located in the Fab Four’s hometown of Liverpool on the stunning UNESCO World heritage waterfront at the...more
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Unit 41 Britannia Pavilion Albert Dock | Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AD, England
+44 151 709 1963
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Reviewed today

...it’s still worth seeing. They have pics and stories from the Quarrymen day’s that I hadn’t see. A real life recreation of streets of Hamburg. Sit in a 60’s commercial airliner like you’re coming into NYC (lots more legroom than these days). And exhibits and...More

Thank Chris D
Reviewed today

We took a trip down memory lane even though I wasn't even born when the Beatles formed. The exhibits were excellent, with replicas of the suits worn on the cover of the SGT Pepper album and the Magical Mystery tour bus. I loved the replica...More

Thank jacqui43
Reviewed today

Great place to get your Beatles fix in Liverpool! Super informative. learned things we never knew...teenage kids loved it as well. Albert Dock a wonderful place to spend the day. Went on a Monday at around 11am and was really pretty quiet. Great afternoon with...More

Thank KTLI
Reviewed today

Great place to visit, so much to see and take in. Got a little confusing in places when the room numbers didn't flow very well and the commentary on the audio guide didn't match up, but worked it out OK in the end. My battery...More

Thank Maximill60
Reviewed today via mobile

We were visiting Liverpool for the weekend and this was a must visit. It tells the story of the bands early formative years through to the break up. Also highlights their solo work too. You're given headphones (in many languages) which tells the story as...More

Thank Joegeez
Reviewed today via mobile

A couple of hours great pleasure ! A must visit place in Liverpool, you shouldn't be a Beatles fan. Surprised to see so many young people visiting.

Thank Tatyana T
Reviewed today

We visited Liverpool wit 2 of my 4 daughters for a Uni open day and then looked to fill the rest of the weekend up with fun things to do. I have always wanted to see this exhibition and so was really keen but not...More

Thank Richard W
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

My second time to this museum. Visit here before you do any of the tours as it gives you background to The Beatles. Very visual and interactive.

Thank Getaway729026
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Beatles story consists of a lot of pictures, rebuilds of places the Beatles played/recorded (e.g. Abbey Road Studios) and a few exhibits, which makes it very informative, however, for Liverpool's most famous citizens i would have expected the museum to be a little more...More

Thank Julius h
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The museum is very interesting and fascinating especially for people who unfamiliar with the band. If you are a fan, you will be reminded of a key events in their life which is supported by few actual props. We spend 2 hours in the museum...More

Thank Anastasia S
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Response from GallopingHairpin | Reviewed this property |
Yes! That’s exactly what we did. And the audio guide is included.
Heather L
30 April 2018|
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Response from DENISEC | Reviewed this property |
Sorry Heather Don’t think so .
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Response from overworked63 | Reviewed this property |
yes you can I saw other people with backpacks on with no problem