Guided Tours of The Beatles Liverpool
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Private Car Tours
On Foot & By Bus
Every Little Thing
George Harrison Day
Tell me what you (want to) see!
Here you can design your own tour. Just click the boxes, send me the form and I'll get back to you with a quote.
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Choose your locations (exteriors only):
City Centre; LIPA, Art College, John's birthplace, where John Married Cyn and honeymoon venue, two cathedrals, Case History statue , St Georges Hall, Theatres, Paul & George workplaces
More City Centre: Johns student flat, Brian Epstein's birthplace, Stuarts Studio, Jacaranda, Blue Angel
Albert Dock area & John Lennon peace memorial
Historic Waterfront & Three Graces, Mersey Ferry terminal
Mathew Street: Cavern, Grapes, Eleanor Rigby Statue, White Star, Hessys & NEMS
The Dingle area where Ringo lived
Penny Lane area including Johns first home
12 Arnold Grove (George birthplace) )
Woolton area: Mendips, Strawberry Fields, St Peters Chiurch, Eleanor Rigby Grave
Walk across the golf course from John's to Paul's, and then take the 86 double decker bus back to town. Just as the boys did all those years ago!
Brian Epstein's family home
Forthlin Road -(Paul)
Julia's home (John's mother)
First recording Studio
Everton / Anfield /Walton: Football stadia, Paul McCartney's birthplace & his first home, site of original NEMS
West Derby: Casbah Coffee Club & Clubmoor Hall where John & Paul first played professionally together
Litherland: Town Hall, birthplace of Beatlemania, Lathom Club & Beatles grafitti wall
Crosby Area: Another Place art installation at Crosby Beach, Home of Johns adopted sister, Where John lived with Freddies family & the country home where George's gardening grandfather lived.
Aintree: Racecourse, home of Mother Mary & site of Aintree Institute & Brian Epstein final resting place (gates only)
Huyton: Auntie Jins where Paul's 21st was held & the grave of Stuart Sutcliffe
Speke: 2 more homes each of George & Paul plus John Lennon Airport
Choose your locations. Where they are grouped together you will see all venues in one area, so for example if you wish to see Paul's first home, but not the football stadia, well they are next door, so you see them anyway! All stops are exterior only. Use the next list for interior visits.
Belfast Artists Beatles Grafitti Wall
Food and Drink. To make your tour a little more leisurely we can arrange lunch stops or a mini 'ale trail' to various pubs/restauarants with a Beatles connection. Roughly speaking we will allow 30 minutes for a drink stop & 1 hour for lunch.
Philharmonic Dining Rooms
Ye Cracke (no food)
Jacaranda (when it re-opens- no food)
The Empress, Dingle (no food)
Childwall Abbey - where the Jaypage Three played for George's brother's wedding
Dovedale Towers - Quirky place on Penny Lane
The Cavern Club - usually include this at the end of the tour so you can spend your time at leisure there. (no food)
Woolton Village Tea Rooms
Tea/Coffee at St Peters Church drop in centre. The Hub (limited timings)
Ye Cracke - Fancy a pint?
NEW!!! Beatle people. We can arrange a chat with one of the fantastic local folk involved in the Beatles Story.
Len Garry & Colin Hanton of The Quarrymen
Freda Kelly: Good Ol' Freda!!
Sam Leach - promoter extraordinaire
Harry Prytherch - Remo Four member and expert on all things Merseybeat
Paul McCartney: IN YOUR DREAMS haha!!
With Freda Kelly after a night at the Town Hall celebrating the 50th anniversary of A Hard Days Night!
(Half) Day Trippers
The Wirral - Many Beatles sites including New Brighton, Cynthia's home, the venue where Ringo first played as a Beatle
Chester - Beautiful walled Cathedral city with a pub lunch stop at the birthplace of Annie Milward Stanley - Mother of Julia and Mimi
Daresbury - Birthplace of Lewis Carroll, great inspration to John. Country Pub lunch stop.
Beautiful locations within a 2 hour drive of Liverpool
Barnston W.I. One of the lesser known countryside venues on our Wirral Tour
(Full) Day Trippers
Wirral & Chester combined - see above
Wales: Castles, Portmeirion & Bangor University- Maharishi connections
Haworth: Yorkshire home of The Bronte Sisters
The Lake District: Stunning countryside, lakeside steamers & Beatrix Potter Country
Anything I left out that you's like to see? Special requests? Wheelchair access? etc etc...ANYTHING!!
How do you do it??
All chauffeur driven
Walking & Public Transport
Some Walking. some chauffeur driven