Liverpool is synonymous with the Beatles and there are some incredible Beatles things to do and museums to visit – you can’t come to Liverpool without visiting at least one Beatles thing…
For the complete Beatles Story this is the place to go. Packed with paraphernalia the museum follows the Fab Four from their early beginnings to global Beatlemania and beyond in the recently added Going Solo areas. The Beatles Story can easily take a few hours to explore and includes a Beatles themed Starbucks at their Albert Dock museum.
The second part of the Beatles Story is in the Mersey Ferries Terminal at Pier Head where you will experience a 4D journey through the Fab-Fours music.
Step aboard for the Magical Mystery Tour of Liverpool. Taking in sights such as the boys homes and haunts and places that inspired songs including Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields. Tours take about 2 hours and departs from Albert Dock.
Where it all began, the Cavern Club is still one of Liverpool's top venues and offers a variety of music including Beatles tribute shows, up and coming talent and established artists. Open daily from 11am checkout their site for details their live music.
Take an escorted tour of Mendips and 20 Forthlin Road, the childhood homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney where they met, composed and rehearsed their earliest songs. Both houses are owned by the National Trust and as the only way to visit either is on one of these special tours they get booked up quickly so we recommend booking well in advance.