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Beatles Walking Tours

Beatles Walking Tour

Beatles Walking Tour

Beatles Tour Liverpool is a 90-minute Beatles walking tour in the heart of Liverpool City Centre.

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Beatles

Beatles "Ticket to Ride"

Ride the public bus along the same route as John, Paul & George to Penny Lane & beyond!

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Beatles Walk + BME

Beatles Walk + BME

he guided Beatles walk and entrance to the British Music Experience Museum are an unbeatable combination.

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Beatles Walk + Mersey ferry

Beatles Walk + Mersey ferry

Combining the 90-minute Beatles guided walking tour with a self-guided River Cruise on the Famous Mersey Ferry

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Beatles Walk + Radio City Tower

Beatles Walk + Radio City Tower

Half day guided beatles walk coupled with a panoramic view 135 metres above Liverpool.

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Bespoke Beatles Tours

Bespoke Beatles Tours

As experienced blue badge Liverpool tour guides, we can create any custom tours to suit your individual needs.

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How long is The Beatles walking tour

The Beatles Walking Tour is 90 minutes within the Liverpool City Centre.

Both tours start at the new statues by the Mersey Ferry Terminal

Ticket to Ride walk is a 4-5 hours. This walk includes a moderate incline and should you choose to visit the Cavern Club there are steps to the underground location and unfortunatly there is no lift for accessibility.

What are the costs & how do I book

Beatles Walking Tour 90 mins: £18 per person, £30 for 2 people

Ticket to Ride – 4 to 5 hours: £45 for 1 person, £75 for 2 people

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Why choose a walking tour

This is a superb Liverpool sightseeing tour & has something for everyone. You'll be shown hidden places you cannot see on a bus or coach and have more freedom and time to look around and enjoy the experience.

You will learn Magical History of The Beatles by seeing the clubs they played and places where they stayed and even touch the statues and sculptures, as we walk along the streets many of which are unchanged since the early 1960's.

There are opportunities on a walk to ask questions and the tour is a more personal experience. Check out all the reviews and great photos of our previous tours on the facebook link at the top of the page.