The Liverpool Beatles Museum


  • The biggest collection of authentic Beatles memorabilia in the world.
  • Watch the earliest ever footage of the Beatles playing live.
  • Discover hundreds of personal items such as letters, interviews, and unseen footage.
  • Learn about the origin of the Beatles.


Visiting the Beatles Museum is a must when in the city of Liverpool! Learn about the origin of The Beatles and how they came to be the most famous and influential band in the world! View over 1,000 authentic items and observe some never seen before personal items including letters, stage clothes, unseen footage and more!

This magical Beatles Museum is located in the birthplace of the group – Liverpool. Holding the biggest Beatles collection in the world, the museum spans over 3 floors and displays rare items. The collection of items belongs to Roag Best, the son of the band’s road manager. He collected these items over a span of 30 years and has been able to offer a unique experience to fans.

Roag’s father, Neil Aspinall was not only the rock band’s road manager, but a close friend of the Beatles, which is reflected in the museum’s collection. As an integral part of their inner circle, Neil was one of their most trusted confidants, and a lot of the items that are held in the museum have come directly from him.

Formed in 1960 in the city of Liverpool, The Beatles began to gain popularity quickly in their career. In 1962, their single ‘Love Me Do’ became a hit and by 1964, they had become global stars! Now, they are known to be the greatest band of all time and their music is still enjoyed to this day.

Fans can indulge in the history of the band as the first floor of the museum highlights the years of 1959 – 1962 when The Beatles met and began to form their identity. The second floor focuses on 1963 – 1966, when the band skyrocketed to worldwide fame and the third floor covers 1966 – 1970, when they began to focus on their music and made the decision to stop touring.

Visit the Beatles Museum and spend the day learning about the band and how they achieved such high success. Book your Beatles Liverpool ticket today!


  • Entry to the museum and gift shop
  • View the biggest Beatles collection in the world with over 1,000 authentic items
  • Written guides available in 9 languages – Spanish, German, Portuguese, Italian, French, Russian, Chinese, Japanese & Polish
  • Photography and videography allowed


  • Food and drink
  • Personal guide
  • Transportation

Additional information

Open Daily: 10am – 5pm (last entry 4pm)

24th to 26th of December - closed
31st December - closed
1st January - closed
The Liverpool Beatles Museum, 23 Mathew St, Liverpool L2 6RE