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Opening hours

From April 1st to October 31st open daily from 9am until 7pm with the last admission at 6pm.

From November 1st to March 31st it is open daily from 10am until 6pm with the last admission at 5pm.

Opening times are subject to change due to the venue being used for private events. Check https://www.beatlesstory.com/opening-times/  for the exact opening times on any given day.

This attraction is closed on December 25th and 26th.

How to get there

Walk- it is just a 20 minute walk from Liverpool’s Lime Street Railway Station. Pedestrian routes are well signposted and easy to follow.

Bus- the routes 25, 500 and 800 all stop at the Albert Dock. The Liverpool ONE bus station is just a 7 minute walk away where many other services operate from and to.

Car- There is car parking available at Albert Dock, Liverpool ONE and ACC Liverpool.

Train- in addition to Liverpool Lime Street Station you can also use Merseyrail to James Street Station, just a 5 minute walk from Albert Dock.

FAQ

How much do tickets to the Beatles Story cost?
Adult tickets (aged 16+) cost £17, concessions tickets for senior citizens and students cost £13 while children’s tickets (5-15) cost £10. Family tickets are available at £45 for 2 adults and 2 children, with each additional child costing another £8.
Should I buy tickets in advance online or when I arrive?
You are advised to buy tickets online in advance of your visit. When buying online there are discounted rates for families and groups, these discounts are not available when buying your tickets on the day at the ticket office.
Do you accept Tesco Days Out Vouchers?
Yes, Tesco Days Out vouchers are accepted as payment towards your admission tickets. These vouchers however can only be accepted in exchange for payment on the day at the ticket office and not through online payments.
What other discounts are available?
Carers can be admitted free of charge while the person in your care will be given a ticket at the concessions rate. No advance booking is required for the carer, only the person buying the concession ticket. NHS staff and members of the British Armed Forces receive a 20% discount, photographic ID is required to purchase at the ticket office.
What are Day Tripper Tickets?
These are combination tickets where your entry to the Beatles Story is combined with a trip on the Mersey Ferries River Explorer Cruise. These tickets must be booked online.
Do I need to print my ticket in advance?
You should print out your ticket in advance and bring it with you. You can then join the pre-booked queue when you arrive and hand your ticket in at the admission point. Those visitors without tickets should join the general admissions queue.
What languages are audio guides available in?
The free audio guides are available in 12 languages including English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Polish, Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese, Korean and Brazilian Portuguese.
How long does a visit take?
Visits take on average about 90 minutes; if you wish to see everything in more detail you should expect your visit to last about 3 hours.

Must Know

Fab4 Stores
There is a Fab4 shop on site where you can purchase reminders of your visit. There are unique gifts, limited edition merchandise, t-shirts, posters, CD’s and books to ensure you can find your perfect gift.
Accessibility
The Beatles Story is equipped to assist visitors in wheelchairs or using hearing loops. If one or more of your group has a physical disability or requires any assistance you should notify the staff at the admissions point. The lift has size restrictions for larger wheelchairs. Guides are available in large print and guide dogs are permitted into all areas.
Is there car parking available
There is no designated parking although plenty of spaces are available at the Albert Dock which is opposite the entrance. Additional parking is available at the Liverpool Echo Arena and Liverpool ONE Q-Park.
Fab4 Café
There is a Fab4 café on site which is open all year and it is a perfect place to relax and get something to eat once you have completed your visit. The café has access to free Wi-Fi so you can catch up with events over lunch.
Hiring out the Beatles Story
The Beatles Story is an excellent venue for impressing your clients over a cocktail reception, the launch of a new product or a dinner dance. Whichever service you require it comes complete with a private viewing of the exhibits in the Beatles Story.
Taking photographs inside the exhibition
You are encouraged to take pictures for your private use while viewing the exhibition.
Is the Beatles Story suitable for children
This attraction is an educational fun experience for the whole family. To help keep younger children entertained there is a discovery zone where you will find children’s workshops and interactive activities to keep the younger members of your family entertained.
Is there a cloakroom or storage space for my bags
At the Beatles Story there is no cloakroom or storage space to hold your bags or other belongings while you visit. Could you please plan to leave any excess belongings elsewhere before your arrival!

Places Nearby

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At the International Slavery Museum you can discover the fate of millions of people from the past and through to today that have been victims of some form of slavery. Liverpool was a major port in the trade of slavery across the Atlantic from 1500 until 1865 so it is fitting that the museum is based here. The museum is located on the third floor of the Merseyside Maritime Museum Building. Entry to this attraction is free.
Wirral Transport Museum & Heritage Tramway
This is a working museum operated by enthusiasts and open every weekend and some weekdays during school holidays. You can ride on fully restored trams, view the collection of local buses that have been preserved and see the huge model railway. Birkenhead was a pioneer in street tramways and the first place in Europe to adopt a street tramway system. Those trams ceased operations in 1937, but now they are running again. Trams here date from 1901 and make the journey from Woodside to the museum.
St John’s Beacon
At the top of what was the Radio City Tower you can enjoy the views from the 400 foot high observation deck. The single entry pass allows you to visit at a time that suits you, take the elevator up and stay for as long as you like. The 360 degree viewing terrace enables visitors to spot the landmarks of the city as well as North Wales and the Lake District on a clear day.