Latest internal news:
The Beatles Story's lifts are still not opporational
Until the lift by admissions is replaced, unfortunately we can't let wheelchair users into our exhibition.
Latest external news:
The Beatles Story and Aintree Racecourse launch their Ticket to Ride:
Aintree Racecourse and the Beatles Story are joining forces to offer The Crabbie’s Grand National fans the opportunity to experience two of the region’s most exciting cultural offerings with a single pass, the ‘Ticket to Ride’.
Steven Gerrard puts the Beatles Story in his list of 'top five attractions in Liverpool':
Whilst speaking to Visit Britain, recently the Liverpool FC captain put the Beatles Story in his list of 'top five attractions in Liverpool'.
One Dream: The Beryl Marsden Story is heading to The Epstein Theatre:
The life and career of Liverpool-born singer Beryl Marsden is to be celebrated on stage in a brand new musical, One Dream: The Beryl Marsden Story.
We've just had WWE superstar Fandango in our exhibition. Fandango is a big fan of Everton Football Club and loves Liverpool.
John Lennon had two books published during his time with The Beatles, the first of which is entitled In His Own Write. In His Own Write is notable as it is commonly regarded as the first solo project by any of The Beatles."
"Today we're celebrating World Book Day at the Beatles Story.
"Happy birthday to the late George Harrison who would have turned 71 today.
We're spending the day remembering George at our exhibition. Flowers have been put on the stage of our replica of The Cavern Club, next to the iconic Gretsch guitar George used to play."
As i'm sure that you know, when cruise ships visit Liverpool we can expect between a 25% and 50% increase in footfall. To prepare yourself for the spikes in footfall, please familiarise yourself with the cruise ship dates.
- Friday 21st April
- Wednesday 25th June
- Friday 29th June
- Thursday 3rd July
- Friday 4th July
- Monday 28th July
- Friday 7th August
- Monday 10th August
Moira B, "If you are a Beatles fan then this is s must. Ticket lasts for 48 hours and would have loved second visit if we had had another day. Highly recommend this story".
hawkmatthews, "This tour was part of our trip that I really looked forward to & it didn't disappoint. The museum had lots of exhibits connected to the Beatles with all the history from the early years right up to when the band split.You can have an audio experience where you can listen to commentary about what exhibit you are looking at by the numbers on the exhibits. Definitely should be on your list of things to do in Liverpool. Very interesting & fun."
harold02366, "Beatles Story was one of the unforgettable experience we had. A must-go place in Liverpool for everyone. I'm not really a Beatles fan but getting there brought me back in time 50+ years ago. It tells you every details about the band from start to finish. My kids also like the mock up of the Cavern. They also like the Living History audio guides."
Glauco F, "Wonderful place, wonderful service and a wonderful memory."