Liverpool Beatles Museumtickets and tips

3 things worth shouting about:

  1. The museum has over 1000 bits of Beatles memorabilia. Hardcore fans love stuff like John Lennon’s Rickenbacker 325 guitar and Paul McCartney’s Hofner Bass.
  2. There are two seats from The Beatles concert at Shea Stadium in 1965 – when the crowd screamed so loud that no one could hear the band.
  3. You’ll see iconic items like the Sgt. Peppers suits, posters, and even personal letters.

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What’s there to do at the Liverpool Beatles Museum?

Guitars that belonged to the Beatles on display in the Liverpool Beatles Museum

Beatles Collection

Themed Area

Exhibition room with Beatles memorabilia at Liverpool Beatles Museum

Neil Aspinall's Place in Beatles history

Themed Area

Blue hallway with walls covered with memorabilia at Liverpool Beatles Museum

Museum Shop


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Kole says

"A must visit for Beatles fans!"

Fantastic collection! Would recommend it to any Beatles fan! It's so fascinating to see all these items and pictures with so much history behind them! It's not the sort of stuff you'll get to see every day so it's a must-visit if you ask me! You get to see so many iconic items and many wonderful images of the group throughout the years.


David says

"On the same street as The Cavern Club"

It is located on Matthew Street where The Cavern Club which is another must-see for Beetles fans and the atmosphere in this area is amazing with live music playing all day and night.

What to expect at Liverpool Beatles Museum

Three floors of Fab Four

183 million records sold worldwide. Music translated into 50 languages. ‘Across the Universe’ beamed into space by NASA. All said, The Beatles were quite good.

Whether you’re a die-hard Beatles fan, a curious music lover, or you’re just visiting the city – the Liverpool Beatles Museum is a must-visit. Located in Mathew Street in the lads’ hometown, it tells the story of the band across three floors, each one covering a different period from 1959 to 1970.

So, what type of items here get Beatles fans all hot and bothered? Well, there’s George Harrison’s Futurama Grazio guitar from the Hamburg days. John Lennon’s helmet from the movie How I Won the War. And the doll from the ‘All You Need is Love’ worldwide satellite telly broadcast. Very cool.

Want to hear some live music after all that nostalgia? Take a stroll along to the Cavern Club, grab a beer and watch talented bands blasting out 60s hits. Groovy baby.

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Facilites you'll find at Liverpool Beatles Museum

  • Toilets
  • Gift Shop

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23 Mathew St, Liverpool L2 6RE, Merseyside

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Liverpool Beatles Museum Opening Times

Mon - Sun 10am - 5pm

Please note - all opening times are subject to seasonal changes.

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Liverpool Beatles Museum at a glance

Liverpool Beatles Museum is an attraction based in Liverpool. It is listed in Tourist Attractions Days Out for Adults . We have tickets available starting at £17.00.

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How much are Liverpool Beatles Museum tickets?

Prices vary based on time and date of your visit. At standard adult Liverpool Beatles Museum tickets start from £17.

How are the Beatles Story and Liverpool Beatles Museum different?

Both places are worth visiting but they are quite different.

The Beatles Story takes the visitor through the story of the Beatles using mocked-up scenes and displays.

The Liverpool Beatles Museum has many authentic items including - letters, film and clothing. As it is run by Roag Best (brother of Pete of Beetles fame), it also has access to obscure items from the early days.

Both can be enjoyed by non-fans. But for the diehard fans the Liverpool Beatles Museum may be the best choice.

How long does it take to go around the Liverpool Beatles Museum?

We recommend you allow at least 1 hour but 2-3 would be best to really take it all in!

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