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The Beatles Story

If you are a music fan, when someone says Liverpool you think Beatles!

And that’s normal because they are probably the most famous band ever and also one of my favorite bands also.

So it was inevitable that we will visit all that has to do with them.

 

And in Liverpool you can visit all kind of things that have connection with the band – Cavern Club, John Lennon statue, Eleanor Rigby statue, Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields and of course The Beatles Story museum.  I mentioned just a few things.

We went to the museum in the morning and spend there a few hours.

We bought the tickets online through their web site, you get a discount if you buy online.

Tickets can also be purchased on the day of your visit.

At Albert Dock is the main exhibition where you can follow Beatles from their childhood, through the early days, to becoming famous in the whole world and their solo careers.

There are replicas of the Cavern Club,  Casbah and Mathew Street.

You can see a lot of photographs and memorabilia, Yellow Submarine, souvenirs from other countries – like Russian nesting dolls or nylon socks with the Beatles.

In museum is also FAB4 cafe with the free Wi-Fi, and the FAB4 store where you can buy Beatles souvenirs.

At the Pier Head there is another museum that is covered with the same ticket.

There you can see the Hidden Gallery – a collection of rare photographs documenting The Beatles’ 1963-1964 tour.

There is also a special exhibition there – now it’s the “The British Invasion: How 1960s beat groups conquered America “

When we were visiting there was exhibition called Elvis and Us   – about Elvis Presley and The Beatles.

It’s a great museum and definitely worth visiting.

 

 

 

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