The Beatles Story

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General Information

The Beatles Story is a museum dedicated to the band The Beatles which is situated in their home city of Liverpool, England. The museum was opened in 1990 at Albert Dock, it attracts hundreds of thousands of music lovers every year. The museum contains recreations of the historical past of The Beatles as well as key items from their member's careers.

Getting there

The museum is situated at Albert Dock. If travelling to the dock by bus, the C4, C5 and City Link services stop at Albert Dock and the Liverpool ONE bus station is opposite the dock. By train, ‘Liverpool Lime Street’ is a 20-minute walk away but you can get the train from there to ‘Liverpool James Street’ station which is a 5-minute walk away. If travelling by car, follow the signs for Albert Dock on the M62 motorway, parking is available close to the dock at a cost.

Opening Times and Admission

The museum is open daily, 10am-6pm in the winter months (October - March 31st) and 9am-7pm in the summer months (April - 30th October). Last admission to the museum is set for an hour before closing. Admission prices are set at £16 for adults, £12 for students and seniors and £9.50 for children.

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