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The Beatles and Liverpool - Day Trip To Liverpool with The Beatles Story Museum - First Class

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  • Day Trip to Liverpool
  • Reserved First Class Seats on Virgin Trains with Refreshments Served to Your Seat
  • The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour
  • Entry to The Beatles Story
  • Visit the world famous Cavern Club 
  • Designated Time for Shopping and Sightseeing

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Child  (4 -11 Years) $251.37251.37
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Departure from Euston Station
Make your way to Euston Station and meet your Golden Tours representative at 6.30am by the ticket office. Your train departs at 7.07am and arrives at Liverpool Lime Street Station at 9.47am, so all you have to do is relax and listen to your favourite Beatles songs!

Once disembarking in Liverpool, we highly recommend heading to Matthew Street and visiting The Beatles Shop and Matthew Street Gallery. Stuffed full of Beatles memorabilia, The Beatles Shop is the place to pick up a whole host of souvenirs relating to the Fab Four. The Cavern Pub (opposite the Cavern Club) is a great place to have a drink from 11am – it displays a number of unique and authentic Beatles items.

The Beatles Story
After leaving Matthew Street, make your way to Albert Dock and to The Beatles Story. This award-winning permanent exhibition is devoted to the life and times of The Beatles, showcasing how four young men from Liverpool became the greatest band of all time.

Visitors to The Beatles Story will take a personal journey from the Fab Four’s Liverpool childhood through the early days of the band to world domination and their solo careers. You’ll discover how they met, go behind the scenes at Abbey Road Studios and take an underwater trip on the Yellow Submarine. As The Beatles Story has a rolling programme of special exhibitions, you can re-visit this fabulous Liverpool attraction and always discover something new!

Audio guides for the exhibition are narrated by John Lennon’s sister Julia and are available in English, Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, Polish, Russian and Spanish

Beatles Magical Mystery Bus Tour
Your Liverpool afternoon is spent onboard a Beatles Magical Mystery tour, which will be conveniently booked for you. Departing from The Beatles Story exhibition and finishing two hours later at the Cavern Club, the tour is given on a vintage 1960’s coach, identical to the vehicle used in the 1967 film Magical Mystery Tour! (Vehicle subject to change)

The bus will visit over 30 classic sites, including the Fab Four’s former homes, schools and birthplaces. You’ll see iconic Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields, names of Liverpool locations that inspired classic Beatles tunes!

Return Journey
As your Beatles-filled day comes to an end, head back to Liverpool Lime Street station, where your train will depart at 6.48pm, arriving back in London at 9.06pm.

Additional information

Please note:

  • Once booked this tour is non-refundable
  • This tour is unescorted
  • First class seats include refreshments served to your seat


  • Reserved first class seats on Virgin Trains
  • The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour
  • Admissions to The Beatles Story


  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Food or drinks
  • Guide
  • Hotel transfers
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