John Lennon’s Sergeant
Paul McCartney’s bass
The cello from
Magical Mystery Tour
George Harrison’s Futurama Grazio guitar
Pete Best’s Premier drum kit (circa 1960 – 1962)
Ringo’s Ludwig snare drum and stool
Clothes, letters, telegrams
posters, flyers, jewellery and much more
A Taste of our collection
Visitors will have the opportunity to explore first hand an unimaginable wealth of items, including original guitars and drums from the Hamburg days, John Lennon’s itinerary from their first American tour, the white cello from Magical Mystery Tour, the medals John Lennon wore on the cover of Sgt Pepper, Paul McCartney’s bass amp, George Harrison’s ukelele as well as hundreds of other personal items, including never before seen letters, exclusive interviews with the band members and previously unseen footage of the Beatles.
This museum opening is a landmark occasion in Beatle’s history and an incredible new showcase – not to be missed by any serious Beatles fan.
The Liverpool Beatles Museum is a genius idea and a must see for Beatles fans.
One Museum, Hundreds of Stories
The only place in the world with so many genuine items owned by the Beatles, including instruments, stage clothes and personal letters
23 Mathew Street, Liverpool, L2 6RE