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The Beatles Story Experience

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  • Entry tickets to the Beatles Story Experience in Liverpool
  • Browse exhibitions dedicated to the legendary English rock band - The Beatles
  • See rare Beatles memorabilia, and listen to an audio guide narrated by John Lennon's sister
  • Spend time in the interactive Discovery Zone
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The Beatles Story Experience
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No tour of Liverpool is complete without taking in some Beatles history. The hometown of this legendary band, Liverpool houses the award-winning Beatles Story exhibition. Visit the rock-themed attraction – spread over two sites – to learn about the band and its lasting impact on the history of music. Full of fun memorabilia, rare photographs and interactive exhibits, the Beatles Story is full for all ages! Ticket includes shuttle service between sites. 
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Relive the era of Beatlemania with an interactive and atmospheric tour of the Beatles Story exhibition. Originally constructed at Liverpool’s UNESCO-listed Albert Dock, its overwhelming popularity demanded that a second location be built. Your entrance pass provides full museum access to the two sites, the other situated down the river at Pier Head.  

To begin you Beatles Story experience, make your way to either location in Liverpool, though it is recommended you start with a Beatles history tour at Albert Dock. Wander the colorful exhibition with the insightful audio guide, narrated by John Lennon’s sister. Trace the lads through their Liverpool childhoods and early band days to the peak of fame and beyond, then head to the Discovery Zone for some interactive fun. Afterwards, head to the British Invasion exhibit to pour over authentic memorabilia and the Beatles Hidden Gallery to see a collection of rare tour photos. 

Explore the museum at your own pace, stopping to browse genuine artifacts, engage in savvy interactive displays take a needed snack break (own expense) in the Fab4 Cafe. Don't leave without popping in to the souvenir shop, the Fab4 Store, where you'll find the largest selection of Beatles goods in the world.
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We did this in combination with 90 minutes Beatles walk, 138m Tower and the Beatles Story museum with Viator.com. The Beatles Story Museum is a must for Beatles fan as it charts the whole time during the Beatles’ career. They also give individual sections for...More

Date of experience: May 2019
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

My boyfriend treated me to the Beatles tour on the Magic coach, it took over 2 hours on a coach with hardly any air conditioning. The points we stopped at to look at were either covered by trees, scaffolding or looked like a building site....More

Date of experience: May 2019
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I took there my parents (Dad is a Beatles fan) and they did enjoyed the visit there. Interesting exhibit, shame our language was not on list (although I didn't expected that), so they could enjoy it even more. Plus there is nice little cafe to...More

Date of experience: May 2019
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Great museum and an excellent time we had ther. this is a must do in liverpool that is for sure and the story is interesting and fun

Date of experience: May 2019
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This exhibit is in a lovely revitalized area of the Liverpool docklands. On a sunny bank holiday weekend, the museum was very crowded with locals and cruise ship passengers. The crowd exits thru a gift shop (bathrooms here) and cafe. We enjoyed the exhibit to...More

Date of experience: May 2019
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