The Beatles Storytickets and tips

3 things worth shouting about:

  1. You can step inside recreations of three special spots for The Beatles: John Lennon’s childhood home, the Cavern Club and Abbey Road Studios.
  2. There’s some of the world’s best Beatles memorabilia, including John Lennon’s glasses and Ringo Star’s drum kit.
  3. Got a head for heights? The rooftop concert experience reruns the lads’ last ever performance, on the top of the Apple Corps building in 1969.

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What’s there to do at The Beatles Story?

Brass statues of Beatles band members playing instruments in front of mosaic Union Jack wall

Main Exhibition

Themed Area

Funky, hippie-style room in Beatles Story Liverpool with underwater theme and murals of Beatles band members

Discovery Zone

Themed Area

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The Beatles Story tips and tricks


Martin says

"Explore the area!"

We really made a day out of visiting The Beatles Story by exploring the Albert Dock too - there's loads of restaurants and little shops to go into


Nicola says

"Guides are really handy"

The audio tour is really interesting and meant we could really take our time exploring at our own pace.


Jo says

"Get the activity book for kids"

Our kids had a fab time here filling in the activity book as we went through the experience, it really kept them entertained!

What to expect at The Beatles Story

Forget about a ticket to ride, you need a ticket to this Beatles lovers’ paradise

Beatles fans are spoilt for choice when it comes to experiences dedicated to the Fab Four in Liverpool but, we’re calling it, this one’s a must visit. Why? Well, it’s the world’s biggest permanent Beatles exhibition and it’s had a whopping 10 million visitors since 1990. And that’s just the start. Sound like your kinda thing? You may as well grab some The Beatles Story tickets for yourself.

This immersive journey into The Beatles’ lives, times and culture is located at the trendy Royal Albert Dock. The self-guided tour walks you from the lads’ childhood friendships to the time when they were the world’s most famous faces.

Rock n Roll stops along the way include the Casbah Club in Hamburg, The Cavern Club, Abbey Road Studios and America – with each location recreated in so much detail you get real time-warp vibes. It’s packed with amazing memorabilia like costumes, rare album sleeves and handwritten lyrics.

Plus, there’s a kid-friendly Discovery Zone for any mini music lovers in tow: it’s got giant screens, a huge floor piano and a mini Cavern Club stage for belting out Beatles karaoke tunes. Ear plugs not included.

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Facilites you'll find at The Beatles Story

  • Vegan Food
  • On-site Café(s)
  • Dine-in Restaurant(s)
  • Wheelchair Hire
  • Pushchair Friendly
  • Free Wifi
  • Off-site Parking
  • Toilets

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How to get toThe Beatles Story

Britannia Vaults, Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AD, Liverpool

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The Beatles Story Opening Times

Mon - Sun 9am-5pm

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

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The Beatles Story at a glance

The Beatles Story is an attraction based in Liverpool. It is listed in Tourist Attractions Interactive Experiences .

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How much are The Beatles Story tickets?

Prices vary based on the time and date of your visit. At The Beatles Story tickets start from £18 for a standard adult ticket.

Which is better Beatles story or Beatles Museum?

Both are great and worth the visit but are quite different. The Beatles Story (as the name suggests) takes the visitor through the story of the Beatles using mocked-up scenes and displays. The Beatles Museum displays Beatles memorabilia including letters, film and clothing.

How long does The Beatles Story take?

We recommend around 1-3 hours to go through the main exhibition.

Is the Beatles Story accessible?

Yes! The Beatles Story is accessible for guests requiring access for wheelchairs, pushchairs and hearing loops. View the full accessibility requirements.

They do have restrictions on how many wheelchairs are allowed into the exhibition at any one time due to size of the lift. Email [email protected] for more information.

Large print guides are available on request and guide dogs are permitted in all areas.

Is there parking at the Beatles story?

There is no designated parking at The Beatles Story, however parking is available at the Albert Dock opposite the main entrance. Parking is also available at the Liverpool Echo Arena and Liverpool ONE Q-Park.

Is there a cloakroom or storage space for luggage?

No unfortunately there is not a cloakroom or lockers at the Beatles story.

What do I do if I am running late for my timeslot?

Don’t panic! Just speak to the admission team on arrival and you’ll be allocated the next available timeslot.

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