The Beatles Story
Imagine experiencing the most sensational story the pop world has ever known in the City where it all began! Visitors can now re-live the Fab Four's meteoric rise to fame with the brand new Living History Tour. Established in 1990, The Beatles Story is committed to providing a world class visitor attraction, which lives up to the universal acclaim of the Beatles.
Let Brian Epstein, Paul McCartney, George Martin, Gerry Marsden, Sid Bernstein, Alan Williams, Cynthia Lennon and many more take you on a personal tour from 50's Liverpool to Hamburg, to the cobbles of Matthew Street and the Cavern Club, through the hysteria of Beatlemania and flower power, on to the Apple roof top and beyond!
Narrated by Julia, John Lennonīs sister, the new Living History tour gives visitor a personal and exclusive insight into the personal lives and feelings by those who really knew John, Paul, George and Ringo.
The Beatles Story is open all year round except Christmas and Boxing Day. Opening times are 10am-6pm, with last admissions 1 hour before closing.
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