The Beatles Story, Liverpool
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
John Lennon’s round spectacles and George Harrison’s first guitar are just some of the items displayed at The Beatles Story, an award-winning attraction located just a short walk from the city’s center. Take a trip back in time to see how four young boys from Liverpool formed arguably the greatest band of all time. The site includes an interactive discovery zone and the Fab4-D Experience, featuring 3-D animation, 4-D special effects, and an audio guide through the band’s history. Don’t miss a stop at the Hidden Gallery, which showcases previously unseen photos of the band’s members. Book online to choose from various ticket options and build your own ultimate Beatles experience. Use our Liverpool trip builder to arrange your visit to The Beatles Story and other attractions in Liverpool.
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A great trip into the past this visit was. Though named "a story", the place gave an illustrious perspective into the colourful and wonderful lifes of Paul, John, Ringo and George. The trip covered th... read more »
it's not a museum, it is just about Beatles's replica story, But if you like the history, would recommend to go to John, Paul's childhood house.
Lovely place where you can travel in time and walk around the Beatles' life and history! Also you can enjoy a coffee or shopping at the Beatles Store
Fantastic way to get an over view to the Beatles for our younger generation who sadly never got to experience the true meaning of music. Enjoy like I did brought back so many grill memoirs.
Great potential. Could've been better. The audio experience with the smartphones desperately needs improvement. But still, it's The Beatles. And it's well worth the fee.
Jeremy Chun Kit Poon
It is a resourceful display of the influential success of Beatles around the world. Even though I am not a hardcore fan of the band, I really enjoy my experience here and learn more about their iconic rise to success. You can spend a whole day here and just to read about the history of them and appreciate the art of this great band of the history.
I paid over 15 pounds for nothing practically related to the Beatles. They should have displayed albums at least. Artifacts are represented badly and several rooms were remained empty. The neatest area was the ticket box. It would be better to search Wikipedia than to visit there.
J Ross Thomson
Great for true Beatles devotees; others may be less engaged. Lots of photographs, some reconstructed clubs. I'm not sure what I hoped for, but I felt let down.
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