The Beatles are one of Liverpool’s most famous exports, and it is hard to visit the city without seeing the influence of the band. The Beatles Story museum seeks to share the story of the Beatles with members of the public. Despite being open for over 25 years, the museum still gets around 300,000 visitors every year.
The museum contains a large number of genuine pieces of Beatles memorabilia, as well as some replicas of places that played an important part in the Beatles history. There is even a replica of the Cavern Club, where the band did hundreds of their early performances. Other highlights include; John Lennon’s famous round spectacles, a copy of the White Album which is signed by Paul McCartney and George Harrison’s first guitar.
As visitors look around the museum, they have the opportunity to listen to an informative audio commentary read by John Lennon’s half-sister, Julia. There is a Discovery Zone to keep younger visitors entertained. The new Pier Head site also includes a Fab4D Experience, which takes visitors on a multi-sensory experience through the Beatles music. It includes 3D bright animations and amazing 4D special effects that really help to bring the Beatles story to life.
For more information visit – http://www.beatlesstory.com/