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Tucked away underground, The Beatles Story is full to the brim with rare memorabilia and untold stories about the swinging 60s band.
Step back in time and catch a glimpse into the lives of John, Paul, Ringo and George. You’ll even have the chance to get-up close to forgotten photographs found in a photographer’s attic!
Spread over Albert Dock and Pier Head, The Beatles Story won’t leave you short of things to discover.
Go behind the scenes at the famous Abbey Road Studios, take an underwater trip on the Yellow Submarine, hang out at the Casbah Coffee Club or explore an amazing replica of the Cavern Club.
Hear the story of The Beatles story unfold through the 'Living History' audio guides, included with your admission ticket and narrated by John Lennon’s sister, Julia.
Now here’s something worth bragging about!
Feast your eyes on the never-seen-before collection of photographs which were discovered in the attic of photographer Paul Berriff, almost 50 years after they were taken.
The rare black-and-white shots of the Fab 4 on tour show John, Paul, Ringo and George in unguarded moments. See images of the Beatles rehearsing on stage, smoking in their dressing room and relaxing with drinks and snacks.
Take a closer look at the wave of British artists who took over the Billboard Top 100 in the 1960s and 1970s.
Get an exclusive glimpse at memorabilia which has never been seen outside of the USA, plus photographs of bands like The Rolling Stones that have never been seen before, anywhere!
Here’s the most exciting part: you get to take a virtual lesson on playing the drums with the ultimate teacher – Ringo Starr himself!
Introduce the youngest members of your family to The Beatles in this fun-packed interactive area.
At Discover Zone kids can try their hand on a giant piano, create their own newspaper, listen to a song at the 1950s NEMS record store, create Beatles-inspired artwork and so much more.
The Beatles Story celebrates 50 years of the Fab 4’s journey to Rishikesh, India with an amazing new exhibition at Albert Dock.
Find out what The Beatles’ living quarters in India looked like, see little-known memorabilia from the trip and explore the controversies surrounding this chapter of the band’s history. Take the chance to hear about the Indian adventure from John, Paul, Ringo and George themselves in exclusive video interviews.
Open daily, all year round except December 25th& 26th
Britannia Vaults, Albert Dock, Liverpool, L3 4AD
You can spend as long as you like exploring the Beatles Story exhibitions! Your admission ticket is valid for 48 hours from when you first use it.
Memorabilia shop and a Starbucks Coffeehouse with free wi-fi access.
Both locations are fully accessible for wheelchair users and visitors with hearing and sight difficulties.
The nearest station to both is Liverpool James Street Station
Take the A59 to Liverpool City Centre and follow signs for the Albert Dock