The Beatles Story Albert Dock Liverpool

The Beatles Story Cavern StageRecently we were lucky enough to visit Liverpool and took The Beatles Story tour located at the Albert Dock area.

Finding The Beatles Story is pretty straightforward and is sign posted as you enter the Albert Docks.

You will see the Liverpool Eye attraction and the entrance to The Beatles Story is opposite next to the Premier Inn.

There is plenty of car parking near to the Beatles Story and costs in the region of £5-£6 for about 4 hours.

The tour lasted us about 1 hour but you can stay in the attraction as long as you like. There is a very good Beatles Souvenir Shop at the end of the tour. The shop sells a very wide range of Beatles memorabilia from clothing to stationary.

The postcode for The Beatles Story is L3 4AD.




When you enter the Albert Docks (10 mile an hour speed limit), follow the road round to the left. At the end of the road turn right and the Beatles Story entrance is down some steps. You can’t miss it. Loads of car parking right opposite to the entrance. If that is full you can park in QPark Liverpool One which is a massive car park on the Strand and only 5 minutes walk to Albert Dock.

The Beatles Story tour tells you (via audio and headphones) how the fab four came together, how their manager came about, how the band was from. You get to see the original instruments played such as the guitars and drums. You can read really cool information about the guys and also learn how The Cavern became one of the most famous clubs in the world.

I totally recommend the tour and the cost for an adult is £14.95 (as at Nov 2015).

Beatles Story Photos

You can take photos while walking round and here is a selection of the ones I took:

The Cavern Club is where the Beatles became famous along with other big names in music. You can find the club situated on Mathew Street in the centre of Liverpool. It is sign posted in the town to the Cavern area.

The Beatles Story tour and the Cavern Club are both very interesting if you are a music fan and very worthwhile a visit if you are in Liverpool.

Totally recommended!