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Paul McCartney's Childhood Home, Liverpool
(4.6/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web)
A National Trust property, Paul McCartney's Childhood Home bears the honor of being Sir Paul McCartney's childhood home. Often referred to as "the birthplace of the Beatles," this family home is the site where the Beatles first composed and practiced their earliest songs. To see inside the house, you'll have to book a tour with the National Trust that also takes you to John Lennon's childhood home. Due to a limit of 15 people per tour and the popularity of the Beatles, book your tour online in advance. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Paul McCartney's Childhood Home and many more Liverpool attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Liverpool travel itinerary maker.
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  • A lifetime thrill to see just where Paul McCartney lived and thrived in his formative years. The authentic interior and decor aid the visitor's imagination in formulating an image of life back in the ...  more »
  • The National Trust runs this tour to Paul McCartneys childhood home. When you visit it is as if time has stood still. If you are a Beatle fan it is great to see how the family lived all those years ag...  more »
  • Unfortunately we seemed to be following a bus tour around and it was very busy. We did not go inside. Still nice to see the house where Paul McCartney grew up 
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  • The house seems unassuming but has all the history there. Not much more than to take a photo and move on. Tours are hard to get.
  • Only very small, and not all the rooms are open, NT provides a very good description of life here.
  • A fascinating tour. Please remember that people live in the neighbouring houses and pissing on their property is not only illegal and disgusting but unfair and annoying to them.
  • Never knew this was there good for local history
  • Great to see ,well worth the visit