The Beatles-Platz is a plaza inspired by the band ‘The Beatles’, which is situated in Hamburg, Germany. This plaza was built to commemorate Hamburg's importance in The Beatles' history. Building the project cost about €500,000 and was split among donations, sponsors and money from the city of Hamburg. The plaza was completed and opened in September 2008, the plaza is black, to portray a vinyl record and has five statues of The Beatles’ members situated on it. Songs from the band also feature around the plaza.
The plaza is situated in the St Pauli district of the city. The best way to get to the plaza is by the city’s S-Bahn with the S1, S2, S3, S21 and S31 lines all stopping at the closest stop which is a 2-minute walk away, ‘Hamburg Reeperbahn’. Another option is to get the bus to the plaza, the 36, 37, 111 and 607 buses that travel around the city all stop at ‘Reeperbahn’ which is a two-minute walk away.
Opening Times and Admission
You can access the plaza at all hours and on any day of the year, it is a public area so is free to enter.