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The Ultimate Beatles Tour Experience in Liverpool

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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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Karen B wrote a review Sep 16
Preston, United Kingdom446 contributions243 helpful votes
Fantastic displays and all free to enter. so much to see and do. Bit concerned though that the city of Liverpool cashes in on RMS Titanic when she actually never visited this fine port but that is scourers for you.
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Date of experience: November 2019
Response from LiverpoolMuseums, Marketing and Brand officer at Merseyside Maritime Museum
Responded 3 days ago
Thankyou for your trip to the Maritime and for taking the time to feed back about your experience. Though as you say, Titanic never visited the city, the display Titanic and Liverpool shows the ship's sinking to be not only a major world event, but a tragedy that was a bitter blow to the port and the people of Liverpool. The ship was registered in the city at White Star and many of the crew came from Liverpool. The exhibition uncovers many fascinating stories linking Titanic with Liverpool that were otherwise untold or lost in the greater, bigger story of the ship - it is one of the Maritime's most popular displays that us Scousers are proud of... we're unsure what the Scourers think ;-)
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JSrevie wrote a review Sep 14
England, United Kingdom33 contributions18 helpful votes
Recently visited here and was impressed all round. Great museum with lots of interesting history. Cannot believe entry was free so was more than happy to leave a donation. Well worth a visit if you are in the area. Perhaps wouldn't be too interesting for young children, even more so at the moment as the interactive displays that they would be more interested in are closed so just something to bare in mind. All appropriate Covid precautions taken. Felt as safe as you can do during the current times. Everybody was wearing masks, good social distancing and plenty of sanitising stations around. Stopped for coffee and snack in the Cafe after the museum visit. Again, good covid measures in place, the food and drinks were good and very reasonably priced to say you are in the middle of a city.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Clairyg wrote a review Sep 13
Stafford, United Kingdom129 contributions36 helpful votes
We were interested in the titanic exhibition. It was really well done but I would have loved to see more of the information about the salvage missions and stuff found. But what is there is excellent. We also visited the slavery museum which was really interesting too.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Michael H wrote a review Sep 12
Mansfield, United Kingdom17 contributions16 helpful votes
We wanted to go to this museum whilst visiting Liverpool for the first time. We were welcomed in by staff wearing masked, we had our masks on as it requested visitors to wear them. Had all our details taken, by the staff member. Started to visit the 2nd floor, our visit was then totally spoilt and utterly ruined by selfish arrogant people not wearing masks, hugely dissatisfied, this is why this plague will return, not impressed, should be closed down if this is normal
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Date of experience: September 2020
Response from LiverpoolMuseums, Public Relations Manager at Merseyside Maritime Museum
Responded 3 days ago
Thank you for taking the time to comment on your visit to Merseyside Maritime Museum. I am sorry to hear that your visit gave you reason for concern. In line with government guidance, visitors to our venues are required to wear a face covering during their visit, the exception being those visitors who are exempt from wearing a face covering. While our Visitor Experience staff do encourage visitors to our venues to wear a face covering, it is not their responsibility to enforce this requirement; it is the responsibility of the police. At our venues, we have installed signage to communicate the mandatory face covering message to our visitors and we also have updated visitor information on our social media.
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Jack12738 wrote a review Sep 11
United Kingdom212 contributions48 helpful votes
Great museum and would highly recommend. It’s free to enter however please leave a donation. This place is crammed pack full of history and locally related history. Would visit again and great for a day out.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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