Liverpool, the home of the forever famous Fab Four, pays homage to Beatles mania at the Liverpool Beatles Museum. The Museum located at the heart of Liverpool’s nightlife on Mathew Street, holds the largest collection of Beatles memorabilia in the world!
Featuring a collection of over 500 rare and authentic items across the four floors, the Liverpool Beatles Museum offers a perspective on the greatest ever rock and roll band to grace the earth.
Taking you on an incredible journey through The Beatles’ early days in Liverpool and Hamburg, the venue also captures their rise to worldwide fame and their innovative studio years.
Location is key and what better place for the Museum to be housed than Mathew Street, also home to The Cavern Club & Pub, The Beatles shop and a stone’s throw away from the Hard Day’s Night hotel.
Owned by brothers Roag and Pete Best, the museum also focuses on the two earlier group members Stuart Sutcliffe and Pete himself. The family connections to The Beatles is what inspired Roag to collect, store and cherish the items which visitors will have the opportunity to view and share stories and memories.
The collection of Beatles memorabilia ranges from 300 items, including John Lennon’s Sergeant Pepper medals, George Harrison’s Futurama guitar and so many other hidden treasures never seen before. Roag’s personal collection ranges from 1,200 items, some which have been bought and others that have been given to him by his mother and father (Beatles roadie & head of Apple Corps Neil Aspinall). The collections are set to change every January meaning that you will want to come back time and time again to visit and view something new!
Tickets are priced at £15.00 per adult, £10.00 concessions, £7.50 per child (under 16s) and children under 5 are free. The museum also offers a group booking for parties of ten plus at £10.00 per person. Open 8 days a week! (of course) from 9.00am-7.00pm, last admission 6.00pm.