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Please note, there are two Beatles museums in Liverpool, so please make sure you are booking the correct one.
This page is for Liverpool Beatles Museum on Matthew Street.
There is another museum called the Beatles Story, found on Albert Dock.
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This Fab Four experience was 10 years in the planning and over 60 years in the making!
Step into the largest singularly owned authentic Beatles collections in the world, in the heart of their hometown, Liverpool.
What a place to come together!
What you can expect from a visit to Liverpool Beatles Museum
The Liverpool Beatles Museum takes visitors on a journey through the early days of Liverpool and Hamburg, exploring the band's rise to global fame and their innovative studio years. Nestled in the heart of the world-renowned Mathew Street, the museum offers a fresh perspective on the legendary rock and roll group.
Visitors can marvel at original guitars and drums from the band's Hamburg era, John Lennon's Sgt Pepper medals, the white cello from Magical Mystery Tour, and even Paul McCartney's bass amp, among other fascinating items.
In addition to these cherished artifacts, guests can delve into a treasure trove of other personal belongings, including never-before-seen letters, exclusive interviews with band members, and previously unreleased footage of the Beatles.
The Liverpool Beatles Museum is a one-of-a-kind institution dedicated to the greatest rock and roll band of all time. Book your tickets now!
How to find us
23 Mathew Street, Liverpool, L2 6RE
Morefields Station 7 minutes on foot
Victoria Street Multi Story Car Park 4 minutes on foot
Whitechapel bus stop 3 minutes on foot
North John Street 1 minute on foot
29th March 2023 - 29th December 2024
- The museum is fully accessible for wheelchair users and has lifts to all floors
The Liverpool Beatles Museum is open daily from 10am to 4pm.
Yes, visitors are allowed to take photos inside the museum, but flash photography is not permitted.
Yes, the museum is fully accessible for wheelchair users and has lifts to all floors.
Yes, the museum is suitable for children of all ages. There is a dedicated children's section with interactive exhibits and activities.
The average visit to the museum takes around 1-2 hours, but visitors are welcome to stay as long as they like to explore the extensive collection and exhibits.
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