The Beatles Story

Albert Dock, Britannia Vaults, Liverpool L3 4AD
115 The Colonnades Liverpool England L3 4AB GB


The award-winning the Beatles Story is the world’s largest permanent exhibition purely devoted to the lives and times of The Beatles. Located in the Fab Four’s hometown of Liverpool on the stunning UNESCO World heritage site at the Albert Dock, the Beatles Story takes visitors on an atmospheric journey through the lives, times and music of the world’s greatest band. ‘Living History’ audio guides are available in ten different languages and narrated by John Lennon’s sister, Julia.

NEW – an exciting special exhibit “The British Invasion: How 1960’s beat groups conquered America” co-presented with The GRAMMY’s Museum, L.A. is an exhibition that looks at the wave of British artists that took over the Billboard Top 100 in the 1960s and 1970s. Co-curated by the established GRAMMY Museum, L.A., the exhibition shows memorabilia that has never been seen outside of the USA and also photographs of bands such as The Rolling Stones that have never been seen before worldwide.

Key pieces of memorabilia include The Supremes Dresses; James Brown’s Jumpsuit; BB King’s “Lucille” Gibson; The Beach Boys Handwritten “God Only Knows” Lyrics and Keith Moon’s drumkit.

Visitors can also enjoy a number of interactive experiences including a map of Great Britain allowing you to explore musical roots across the country, a video history booth to record your own memories and an exclusive Ringo Starr interactive drum lesson.

Facilities: For information on accessibility, please visit their website below.

Opening Times: April 1 to October 31 – 09:00-19.00 (last admission 17:00) Nov 1 to March 31 – 10:00-18:00 (last admission 17:00). The Beatles Story is closed to all bookings on December 25 and 26 each year. Please consult website for any additional changes to opening times.

Adult £14.95
Concession (Students, and over) £11.50
Child (aged 5-16) £ 9.00
Under 5’s admitted free of charge, family savers and group rates available.

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