Our Beatles private tour of Liverpool takes you back into the world of the greatest band of all time, to visit the most famous places associated with the lives of these musical giants.
Available Every Day from £115 per Group
Travel by Traditional Taxi
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Our Beatles private tour of Liverpool takes you back into the world of the greatest band of all time, to visit the most famous places associated with the lives of these musical giants. Led by an experienced and friendly local guide in a traditional taxi, highlights of this 3 hour tour include seeing the homes of John, Paul, George and Ringo, ‘the Penny Lane Experience’ and other key landmarks like Strawberry Field and St Peters Church.
Our Beatles private tour of Liverpool is available to book every day and lasts approximately 3 hours. Pickup is available from Liverpool hotels and Central Locations. For cruise ship passengers, please see our dedicated Beatles Private Tour from Liverpool Cruise Terminal
Visit the homes of John, Paul, George & Ringo
Get the full the Penny Lane Experience. See where John Lennon and Paul McCartney used to meet to take the bus into town and all the landmarks associated with that famous song including St Barnabas and the Barbers
See Strawberry Field, a Salvation Army children’s home that inspired the song ‘Strawberry Fields Forever”
See the location where John sang in a church choir. You’ll also see the real life tombstone that possibly influenced the famous 1966 song Eleanor Rigby.
Pass by the church where Paul McCartney and his brother Mike used to sing as choir boys.
Learn about Beatles mania and how it affected the families of the Fab Four
Pick-up & drop-off from central Liverpool hotels, city centre locations
Formed in 1960, The Beatles were an English rock band that have become known as perhaps that greatest rock band of all time. The Beatles started out life playing in clubs in Liverpool and Hamburg from 1960 to 1963 where they slowly began to develop their reputation and a name for themselves. In late 1962, the band had cemented its permanent members, consisting of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, and things began to take off with the release of their first hit “Love Me Do”. “The Fab Four” as they became known, were guided and developed by producer George Martin and manager Brian Epstein. These two people are considered to have been crucial and critical in the eventual blockbuster success of the band. Over the years more hit albums were released such as “Rubber Soul”, “Revolver” and “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”. The BBC recording studios at Abbey Road became synonymous with the Band, and until this day, thousands of tourist’s flock to take pictures on the zebra crossing outside the studios, which became iconic when it was used as the front cover in the album “Abbey Road”. The band always maintained its close connection with Liverpool. Many of the songs are inherently linked with the city. Take “Penny Lane” for example, a real road in Liverpool whose shops were used as inspiration in the song Penny Lane. Strawberry Field, a Salvation Army children’s home was used as inspiration in the song ‘Strawberry Fields Forever”. Even today the Beatles are the best-selling music artists in the United States. In the UK they have sold more singles than any other artist and have received numerous prestigious awards including an extraordinary 10 grammies. Overall they stand as the best-selling band in history with over 600 million records sold across the globe.
terms and conditions
Booking is subject to terms and conditions of the tour operator. All passengers are advised to arrange travel insurance.