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Liverpool Beatles Museum Ticket

1. Liverpool Beatles Museum Ticket

Experience the Liverpool Beatles Museum which is home to one of the largest Beatles collections in the world, featuring over 1000 never before seen authentic items across three floors. Enjoy a new perspective on the greatest rock and roll band of all time. The Grade II listed building is situated in the heart of Liverpool on the world-famous Mathew Street, only yards away from the iconic Cavern Club. Visit the museum and embark on a journey through the early days in Liverpool and Hamburg, their rise to worldwide fame, and their innovative studio years. See original guitars and drums from the band’s Hamburg days, John Lennon's Sgt Pepper medals, the white cello from Magical Mystery Tour, Paul McCartney’s bass amp, and more at the Liverpool Beatles Museum. Explore hundreds of other personal items, including never before seen letters, exclusive interviews with the band members, and previously unseen footage of the Beatles at this one-of-a-kind museum.

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Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 173 reviews

Really enjoyed our time at the Beatles museum, loads of time spent wandering around looking at the memorabilia. Many stairs to climb but well worth the hike. Toilets are on the top floor for those who may need to use them.

The exhibition extends over several floors in an older house. It is very easy to get to the things on display, as the rooms are small and not too crowded. I was positively surprised.

This museum has some great memorabilia. Because the museum is on the same street with the former Cavern Club, there is a strong connection to The Beatles.

I liked the way the museum was structured and the amount of information given. Just a word of caution - not suitable for those with mobility problems

It was a very informative and i would tell people to do it.