Liverpool is proud to be the legendary home of the Beatles, a band which revolutionized the music industry and captured the hearts of millions around the world. Whether you’re an avid fan of the ‘Fab Four’, or looking to discover their music for the first time, there are plenty of sights and attractions in Liverpool that you won’t want to miss…
First, venture down to 20 Forthlin Road in Liverpool, the childhood home of Sir Paul McCartney and his family from 1955 to 1964, now open to the public, courtesy of the National Trust. Visitors may see the small bedroom that Paul shared with his brother, as well as the living room where the Beatles once practiced.
Following your visit to Paul’s home, discover Mendips, the childhood home of John Lennon. Open for the public to tour, explore the bedroom where John wrote many of his early songs or the porch where he used to sit, play his guitar and compose some of the greatest songs of his generation. Take a tour of each home, as you learn more about the early lives of these iconic musicians.
The perfect solution to fans wishing for a guided exploration of the city’s sights, the Magical Mystery tour begins at the Royal Albert Dock and covers many of the iconic sites described above, including Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields, and their childhood homes. Painted in psychedelic colours and is decorated with images of the Beatles and other symbols of the 1960s, relax in the tour’s comfortable bus and enjoy music from the band’s early years. Along the way, your guide will provide you with countless fascinating insights into the lives and legacies of the Beatles.Book Now