The Beatles Story is open every day, Monday to Sunday but is closed on Christmas Day (December 25) and Boxing Day (December 26). The Pier Head site is also closed on New Year's Day.
Summer Opening Hours (April 1 to October 31):
Winter Opening Hours (November 1 to March 31):
Click here for more details on opening times for the exhibition, shops and cafes.
The Beatles Story Ticket (incl. The Beatles Story exhibition and Discovery Zone at the Albert Dock and The British Invasion exhibition, Fab 4D Experience and 'Pattie Boyd: George, Eric and Me' at the Pier Head):
(Please note all rates are subject to change).
We strongly advise that tickets are purchased in advance online.
Tickets can be purchased in advance online (before 12 midnight the day prior to your visit) and will allow visitors to gain a priority lane entry to the exhibition.
We want you to enjoy the whole ov The Beatles Story experience. The visit can take anything from 1-3 hours to go around the main exhibition however the average visitor takes approximately an hour and a half.
Students who present a valid student ID card or seniors (60 plus) who can show proof of age are eligible for the concessionary rate.
See here for details of our prices.
Yes, carers get in free of charge on production of valid I.D.
We have two Fab4 Stores, one on each site where you’ll be sure to find something to remind you of your visit.
For more information click here.
The Beatles Story is fully accessible for guests with wheelchairs, pushchairs and hearing loops.
Large print guides are available on request and guide dogs are permitted in all areas except The Fab4D Experience.
Click here for more information on Accessibility.
The Beatles Story's Albert Dock and Pier Head sites are situated within 10 minutes short walking distance from each other, and we recommend that our guests walk alongside the iconic River Mersey waterfront to complete this journey.
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We have 10 languages available on our audio guides including English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Polish, Mandarin and Brazilian Portuguese.
There is no designated parking at The Beatles Story, however parking is available at the Albert Dock opposite our main entrance.
The Albert Dock has designated coach short-stay pick-up/drop-off points located at the stops on Salthouse Quay, near Albert Gate (close to the Pump House public house), and at Gower Street. For longer stays, the nearest coach park is a 24-hour pay and display coach parking area located at the nearby King's Waterfront, adjacent to the Arena and Convention Centre (ACC) Liverpool.
For more information about Liverpool’s Coach Welcome scheme and coach parking in Liverpool click here.
The Beatles Story has a Fab4 Cafe situated at both sites at the Albert Dock and the Pier Head which are open all year round (apart from Christmas Day and Boxing Day, December 25-26).
Whether you want to impress clients with a cocktail reception or product launch, entertain delegates with a dinner dance or reward employees with a private viewing of the exhibition, The Beatles Story can provide the perfect corporate package.
Yes, you are allowed to take photographs inside the main Beatles Story exhibition.
The Beatles Story attraction provides an educational, yet fun day out for all the family.
We do accept Tesco Days Out vouchers as payment towards admission tickets.
Whether you are a 'Day Tripper' or taking a 'Ticket to Ride' for a longer stay, we would like you to make the most of your visit to Liverpool and there are a wealth of further attractions to enjoy.
Make sure you take in visits to a fantastic range of museums, restaurants, bars and cafes.
The Merseytravel family incorporates The Beatles Story, Mersey Ferries, Spaceport, U-Boat Story and Mersey Tunnel Tours, so why not make time to see one of these fantastic attractions. Click here for more information.
The Day Tripper ticket includes ‘The Beatles Story Ticket’ and a Mersey Ferries’ River Explorer Cruise. Book online here.
The Albert Dock is home to Tate Liverpool, Merseyside Maritime Museum, the International Slavery Museum and an abundance of unique shops, bars and restaurants. For more information about the Albert Dock please click here.
For more information on what's happening in and around Liverpool visit www.visitliverpool.com.
If you are looking to get your Beatles memorabilia valued we recommend that you contact Tracks, a specialist we work with regularly. Contact them by calling 0125 726 9726 or visit their site www.tracks.co.uk.
If you have any further memorabilila enquiries or are interested in loaning your memorabilia to The Beatles Story please contact us.
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