For £15 per adult this is expensive. That said it was interesting. I didn't feel as if I'd been overcharged, after the ticket also allowed free access to the Beatles Gallery, near the Liver Building.
About The Beatles Story
1 - 10 of 5,554 reviews
The Beatles Story is brilliantly depicted here with original items and reproduced areas that really tell the story. Excellent value for money and allow a couple of hours to absorb the story. Brilliant!
This is a must see for any Beatles fan who comes to Liverpool, as the atmosphere and displays tell the story of a children's band who became famous and changed the music scene forever. Could spend a whole day here reading all the display cases...More
We enjoyed seeing the history and background of the Fab Four. Watching them as we grew up made the history very easy to relate to. Museum is nicely organized to show the chronological timeline of their success.
This museum gives the best insight to the Beatles ever with the history and personal experiences throughout. The audio guide was excellent and its something not to be missed nor can you hurry the visit. The entrance fee of £12 per head is well worth...More
A very nicely well done museum. There is actual memorabilia like the strawberry fields entrance gate. I loved the White Room, it has a wonderful atmosphere about it. The only thing I had a problem with was keeping up with the audio track, there was...More
Could not stay for a couple of days in Liverpool without visiting The Beatles Story. What a great way to spend a couple of hours and learn all that you did not know about the Fab Four. A well thought out experience, the audio headphones...More
My sister and I visited here before we visited the Beatles houses. It's a good museum with lots of information that I wasn't aware of. There is an excellent shop at the end of the tour too.
This only really works with the audio headset. There is some lovely interviews and information. But it actual exhibit is a little simple and lacks imagination. It's more a like the imperial war museum. Recreating offices and pieces of Liverpool is great and fun. But...More