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The tour lasts 2 hours and includes the following locations with stops for photos on the way:
Childhood home of Ringo Starr
George Harrison’s birthplace (passengers get off the bus here)
Penny Lane (passengers get off the bus here)
St Peter’s Church Hall (where John and Paul met for the first time)
Strawberry Field (passengers get off the bus here)
John Lennon’s childhood home
Paul McCartney’s childhood home (passengers get off the bus here)
Former schools and colleges of John, Paul, George and Ringo including the Art College and the Liverpool Institute (now LIPA)
Many more Beatles locations will be pointed out as you travel around the city centre and suburbs.
Beatles Story Museum
Join us on a magical history tour and see how four young lads from Liverpool were propelled to the dizzy heights of worldwide fame and fortune to become the greatest band of all time – from their childhoods in Liverpool, to the early days of the band, to world domination and on to their solo careers. Find out how the Fab Four met, go behind the scenes at the famous Abbey Road Studios and take an underwater trip on the Yellow Submarine! You can also go right back to the place where it started, hang out at the Casbah Coffee Club or explore the stunning replica of the Cavern Club. A rolling programme of special exhibitions also means that you can go time and time again and always find something new.
Key pieces of memorabilia include The Supremes Dresses; James Brown’s Jumpsuit; BB King’s “Lucille” Gibson; The Beach Boys Handwritten “God Only Knows” Lyrics and Keith Moon’s drumkit.
Hear the story unfold through our 'Living History' audio guides, beautifully narrated by John Lennon’s sister, Julia, which is available in ten different languages.
Living History Audio Guide at Beatles Story Albert Dock has been compiled and is narrated by John Lennon's sister Julia and is complimentary. Ten languages: Brazilian Portuguese (new), English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin (new) Polish, Russian and Spanish. We also have a family audio guide in English.
Parking – Albert Dock has a number of car parks on site and has in total eight accessible car parking bays, with three available in car park A, near to the estate’s main entrance and five in car park B opposite The Beatles Story and Premier Inn hotel.
Wheelchairs – The exhibition is fully wheelchair accessible. Due to fire evacuation procedures, we can only admit three wheelchairs on site at any one time. We have a standard wheelchair available which can either be booked in advance by telephoning +44 (0) 151 709 1963 or borrowed on the day by asking a member of staff at the main entrance (subject to availability on the day).
Lifts – We have two accessible lifts: One situated at our main entrance (accompanied with audio announcements) and one located in our Fab4 Store going down to the Fab4 Cafe.
Toilets – Wheelchair-accessible toilets are available within the exhibition and also in the Fab4 Cafe area. Please see a member of staff for assistance.
Induction Loops – Induction loops are available to use with our audio guides. Please see a member of staff when picking up your audio guide.
Large Print Gallery Books – We have large print transcripts available in all 10 languages offered on our audio guide, which are available at our Admissions desk. Please ask a member of staff for more details.
Guide Dogs – Guide dogs are welcome.
Sign Language – Should you require sign language assistance, please contact us on +44 (0) 151 709 1963 and we will check staff availability to ensure that help is on hand during your day of visit.
Cloakroom – Our cloakroom allows guests to store coats, prams/buggies and suitcases.
Fab4 Cafe – The Fab4 Cafe is located on basement level and is accessible via the exhibition and our Fab4 Store. The Fab4 Cafe is partially self-served – however, assistance is available if required.