Liverpool Beatles Museum

Liverpool Beatles Museum

Located on Mathew Street, the Liverpool Beatles Museum is the largest singularly owned authentic Beatles collections in the world, in the heart of their hometown, Liverpool. What a place to come together.  The museum is located in a Grade II listed building with three staircases connection the display across four floors.

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Combining an immersive audio-visual experience with a huge collection of memorabilia, the Museum will inspire thousands of Beatles fans looking to learn even more about the planet’s biggest pop group… right in the place where it all started!

See the instruments the Beatles played, the clothes they wore, the music they created, and hear from the generation they inspired.

Witness John Lennon’s Sergeant Pepper medals and Paul McCartney’s bass guitar speaker. See the cello from I Am the Walrus, George Harrison’s guitar, Pete Best’s Premier drum kit (circa 1960–1962) and Ringo’s Ludwig snare drum and stool.

Money can’t buy you love, but it can certainly buy you access to one of the greatest Beatles collections in the world!

Liverpool Beatles Museum Prices

Adult – £15.00
Concession (Over 60, Students) – £10.00
Children (5-16) – £7.50
Family (2 Adults, 2 Children) – £35.00
Children Under 5 – FREE

Liverpool Beatles Museum Opening Times

Friday to Sunday – 10am – 5pm
Last admission – 4pm

Directions

Road Directions

Situated in the heart of the cavern Quarter in Liverpool City Centre, Mathew Street is easliy accessible from all the major roads with on and off road parking close by.  Victoria Street multi-story car park is 4 minutes away on foot.

Public Transport Directions

Liverpool Lime Street 10 Minutes walk. Merseyrail Northern Line James Street Street Station 5 minutes Liverpool John Lennon International Airport 48 minutes buses 82a and 79. Cruise Terminal 10 minutes by foot.

Address

Liverpool Beatles Museum, 23 Mathew Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L2 6RE
Telephone Number – 0151 236 1337