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The Beatles' Childhood Homes
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Woolton and Allerton, Liverpool, England
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

"Money can't buy me love" but "There's a place it can and that's access to the Childhood homes of John and Paul. After purchasing a "Ticket to ride" online previously, I was transported By a friendly chatty driver who told us a few facts on...More

Thank ladymshields18
Reviewed 1 week ago

There are lots of trips / outings / bus rides you can’take around Liverpool to see various places associated with the Beatles, and a lot of them are excellent. However the only one where you can actually go into and spend 45 minutes in John...More

Thank moxxy-girl
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was such a great tour and we loved every minute of it. We were picked up at The Jury’s Inn and taken to Paul McCartneys childhood home followed by John Lennons. The tour guides were great and very informative. A great trip for anyone...More

Thank clairealcock1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you're interested in the story of The Beatles, then this tour, organised by the UK's National Trust (the leading charity for historic Uk buildings) is quite simply outstanding. You must pre-book on their website and you will be part of a small group taken...More

Thank Pyramar
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The National Trust Tour of the Beatles' Childhood Homes is a great tour! In fact, I would highly recommend this tour to any and all Beatles fans. The tour takes you to John's home Mendips as well as Paul's home when he was a teenager....More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

They call it a Beatles childhood home tour. Really you only go to the houses of John and Paul. Both houses have well informed guides and give you a really good insight into the backgrounds of these once great musicians - plus ample time to...More

Thank Bwatsweeds
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This was one of the best tours ever!! If a Beatles fan you must do this. A real privilege to go to the houses where Paul and John grew up and where some of the most iconic music was made. It was interesting how their...More

Thank Getaway729026
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The only way to get inside Mendips and 20 Forthlin Road is with the National Trust Beatles Homes Tour. This tour is worth every penny, and is so much more satisfying than the Magical Mystery Tour. We were first delivered to the Menlove Avenue childhood...More

Thank Lonie S
Reviewed 10 October 2018 via mobile

In order to go inside John and Paul’s homes you have to make a reservation ahead of time. Homes are owned by the National Trust. Sylvia and Colin were our guides in the homes and they were fantastic. They were knowledgeable and had many stories...More

Thank Cheryl B
Reviewed 2 October 2018

The house has been sensitively restored with as many features from the 1950s as could be found. Some of the furniture was from aunt Mimi’s Own collection and this was displayed alongside photos of her during the height of John’s fame in the sitting room....More

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10 July 2018|
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Response from JEAN L | Reviewed this property |
If you stay at Jury's Hotel or nearby you are able to wait in reception and the mini bus driver comes into reception to collect you. Not on every visit to the houses though we went on the 10 past two and was licked up and... More
12 March 2018|
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Response from maloricsmam | Reviewed this property |
Hubby and I did the outside viewing 3 years ago and you have to remain outside the gates but you can have a photo taken outside. This year being hubby's 65th I booked the Beatles Childhood homes with National Trust and... More
14 April 2017|
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Response from Carol157 | Reviewed this property |
We are National trust members so the above answers apply I would say if going from Speke Hall the guidebooks are available from their shop so you could see whether you want them. Do the tour though it is fab you... More
21 February 2017|
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Response from DavidSM | Reviewed this property |
As previously advised you need to book via the National Trust website. This links to a ticket site. It may be worth your while joining the NT as it makes this trip much cheaper and gives free access and free parking at the... More
10 January 2017|
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Response from Tonyod123 | Reviewed this property |
Note that both properties are owned by the National Trust, not National Heritage. And contrary to some comments, many NT properties are open all year round. Not these two though. They are open March to November.