Beatles Story - The Fab Four Ticket & Hotel Deals
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- Winner of 'Best Attraction in the North & Scotland 2015'
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- The Beatles had 12 UK No1 singles and 15 UK No1 albums
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The Beatles Story focuses on the life and times of one of the greatest bands of all time, and explores the journey of how The Beatles became worldwide superstars.
About The Beatles Story - The Fab Four
The award-winning The Beatles Story is the world’s leading permanent attraction dedicated to the lives and times of The Beatles, and is located in their hometown of Liverpool, UK, on the UNESCO World Heritage Site at the Albert Dock. Be transported on an incredible journey and see how four young lads from Liverpool were propelled to the dizzy heights of fame and fortune from their humble childhood beginnings in the Main Exhibition. Replicas of the Casbah, Mathew Street and The Cavern authentically capture the early 60s, so you can experience the very places that helped make The Beatles one of the biggest bands in the world. See exclusive band memorabilia; take an in-depth look at the solo careers of the Beatles, enjoy the Fab4D experience into the music of the Beatles with 3D animation and 4D special effects and much more.
The Beatles Story - The Fab Four Highlights
- Go behind the scenes at the world-famous Abbey Road Studios
- Take an underwater trip in the Yellow Submarine
- Stock up on your Beatles merchandise at The Fab4 store
- Experience fun and interactive Beatles-themed activities in the Discovery Zone
What Makes it Super
The ultimate attraction for Beatles fans, admission to The Beatles Story also includes entry to the Pier Head site, which houses the British Invasion exhibition. This special exhibition is co-curated by GRAMMYs Museum, LA, and focuses on how 1960s beat groups conquered America. The British Invasion is available to view, along with the fun and innovative Fab4D Cinema and The Beatles Hidden Gallery, which is a rare collection of images taken by photographer, Paul Berriff.To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of "Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band", the Beatles Story have a complete set of Sgt Pepper suits on display throughout the year. Also on display is a reproduction of the poster than John Lennon used as inspiration for the song "Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite" from the famous album. These are part of a series of events to celebrate the golden anniversary of the album's release as well as the wider celebrations of the Summer of Love across the city.
The Beatles Story - The Fab Four Reviews
worth a visit
Stay Date: 07/2017, denise k wrote this review.
well worth doing its very interesting as you learn all about the history of the Beatles from their school days until the time of the break up.
well worth doing its very interesting as you learn all about the history of the Beatles from their school days until the time of the break up. Collapse
History of the Beatles
Stay Date: 07/2017, Justin9127 wrote this review.
The Beatles Story is a must visit attraction when you visit the city of Liverpool. It is located near the docks so its best to drive there with a car. However bus service is also provided. Pricing of entry can be a little costly but in the museum y… See more
The Beatles Story is a must visit attraction when you visit the city of Liverpool. It is located near the docks so its best to drive there with a car. However bus service is also provided. Pricing of entry can be a little costly but in the museum you get to learn the full history of the Beatles over the course of history: how they formed a band, some of the famous songs, their condition during the 1st world war and many more othet characteristics of each person in the band. Audio guides were provided so you can further understand the details from their prolonged history, but however one side of my headphone wasn't working which made the listening a little problematic at times. In the end of the tour you arrive at the emotional white room where you can listen to their famous song: Imagine, before you leave the premises. Overall it was a great visit to learn about the band's course of history and their famous hits throughout the 20th century before their desembling in the 1980's. Collapse
Highlight for Beatles fans.
Stay Date: 07/2017, Mags2plymouth wrote this review.
Went to the museum and was pleasantly surprised how well they have done the Beatles story. You follow the tour with the help of audio headphones. We really enjoyed it.
Went to the museum and was pleasantly surprised how well they have done the Beatles story. You follow the tour with the help of audio headphones. We really enjoyed it. Collapse
very mediocre at best but what a bloody rip off
Stay Date: 07/2017, Dean H wrote this review.
today I went to Liverpool on a college trip for this Beatles story the museum was very mediocre at best at the start of the tour you be given this that the size of your mobile phone that your all the Beatles and their history I didn't know how to the… See more
today I went to Liverpool on a college trip for this Beatles story the museum was very mediocre at best at the start of the tour you be given this that the size of your mobile phone that your all the Beatles and their history I didn't know how to the thing they did, however, they did talk about the most boring song ever Imagine all that but what really takes the cake is that they charge people £2 for a 500ml bottle of coke and you can't use your credit card for things that are less than £3 this place really needs to book its ideas and stop overcharging tourist Collapse
A high school type exhibit and not worth the money~
Stay Date: 10/2016, skygal63 wrote this review.
The Beatle's story is a really corny lame exhibit. Here's what you should do: join the National Trust for 1 year. When you do that (and it's not very expensive) you get to go inside and visit the boyhood homes of Paul and John. You'll get an ~ ex… See more
The Beatle's story is a really corny lame exhibit. Here's what you should do: join the National Trust for 1 year. When you do that (and it's not very expensive) you get to go inside and visit the boyhood homes of Paul and John. You'll get an ~ excellent ~ guide and will give you a real insight into the lives of the "boys". You'll stand in the vestibule of "Mendips" and listen to the perfect acoustics where John and Paul practiced their harmonies in "Love Me Do." John came from some money, Paul? Outdoor plumbing and not much else, same with George and Ringo, who were "counsel house" boys- aka "project" kids. You could sense their drive and ambition to "make it". You also see Brian Epstein's manicured upscale boyhood home. Then, take the Magical Mystery Tour. A nice guided bus ride and you'll see Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields. You also get to see George and Ringo's boyhood homes. This is the way to do Beatle history. Yeah - Yeah - Yeah! Oh yeah! Go in the fall...empty! Collapse
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