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The Ultimate Beatles Tour Experience in Liverpool
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The Ultimate Beatles Tour Experience in Liverpool

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PLEASE CONTACT THE BEATS TOURS LTD BEFORE YOU BOOK-THIS IS BECAUSE OF COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS.<br>Welcome to The Beats Tour, discovering the world of the Beatles and the city of Liverpool. <br>Ride in a replica of John Lennon’s Rolls Royce Phantom. <br>Step out and explore designated points along the route and take a closer look.
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Finman1975 wrote a review Jun 2019
Liverpool, United Kingdom14 contributions2 helpful votes
Love this place! Our 6 year old has spent may an afternoon here burning off the excess energy! The food is great here, expected run of the mill food but got a really healthy and tasty wrap which tasted really fresh. The cakes are also to die for! Theres a good range of drinks and food on the menu. The play centre is large and has good light and visibility to see you little ones in every area of the climbing frame! It's been here for years, so they must be doing something right when all the other play centres have either closed down or don't last too long! Staff in here are so nice, friendly, caring and really attentive towards kids!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Lukas J wrote a review Oct 2018
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visited for first time with our 9m old daughter and she absolutely loved it. will definitely come back again. it looked very clean and safe inside. seen they also serve food but neither of us was hungry so havent tried it. plenty of space for kids.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Steve16588 wrote a review Jun 2018
Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom326 contributions150 helpful votes
Returned on an early Saturday morning with two young grandchildren. Staff friendly and smiling, which is always a good start. They both spent a good two hours running, sliding and laughing. Adults had a breakfast which was freshly cooked, tasty and reasonably priced. A good place to take children to get rid of energy and enjoy themselves, while the adults can take some time out. Must return to try some of those tasty looking cakes. Whilst there birthday parties were taking place and all seemed to be enjoying themselves.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Steve16588 wrote a review Mar 2018
Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom326 contributions150 helpful votes
Went with grand daughter on a weekday morning. Greeted by friendly staff. She spent over two hours running, jumping and sliding around. Nice selection to choose from on the menu. The food is reasonably priced and good portions for kids. Adults can take five minutes out with a drink in a safe environment. The cakes looked very tempting. Worth returning to.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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hilditl wrote a review Feb 2018
Liverpool19 contributions26 helpful votes
I recently visited Fun Town with my nearly 4 year old daughter who was there for a friend's 4th birthday party. We were asked to sign-in as we arrived, which was fine. The soft play is very good, suitable for most ages (I saw a grandmother zooming down the four-lane bumpy slide at one point!). The kids were playing for a good 2 hours with a short stop for the 'party lunch'. Although the play facilities are great, the party itself was a bit of a let down. All the kids were called to one of the small party rooms where they were seated around a couple of long tables and served a pile of fries and single slice of cheese and tomato pizza. Hardly the healthiest of meals. Much of it was left. The small tubs of vanilla ice cream for dessert seemed to go down much better, however. The kids were glad to get back to the soft play afterwards--so were the parents who had had to cram in around the periphery of the party room in order to supervise cordial pouring (and spilling) and ketchup sachet opening (why no squeezy bottles for the kids?)! Overall, not a bad experience for the kids.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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