Beatles Walk, 138m Panoramic Radio City Tower Tour & Beatles Story combo

From GBP £34.00
  • Duration: 5 Hours (approx.)
  • Location: Liverpool, Merseyside
  • Product code: PDUGZQ
Your day starts at 10.30am with selfies and meeting your fun tour guide at the new Beatles statues in front of the iconic Liver Birds sitting proudly on top of the Liver Building and only a very short walk from the Liverpool Cruise Terminal. This is alongside the River Mersey in the heart of the World Heritage Site.

Shipping History Cunard & Whitestar Line's Titanic

This is a vibrant location with lots going on and you will see the famous Mersey Ferry across the Mersey and learn about the Cunard shipping line and their Italianate Cunard Building which now houses the British Music Experience.

Easy fun guided walk & amazing Beatles film

The 90-minute walking tour is easy and on level ground and starts with a short visit to the new Museum of Liverpool and the Double Fantasy John and Yoko Ono exhibition.

Your guide will tell the story of how Liverpool once one of the most important ports in the British Empire went in to decline and explain how and why it has since emerged as one the most vibrant UK city outside of London.

You will pass the former headquarters of White Star Shipping who built the ill fated Titanic, you will see famous film locations, Harry Potter, Florence Foster Jenkins, Fantasic Beats, Tolkein & many more. Next on weekdays you will see inside the entrance to the 18th century Liverpool Town Hall, before a mini magical mystery walk passing the Eleanor Rigby & Cilla Black Statues along Mathew Street to visit the Cavern Club.


138m above the city of Liverpool!

Next its a self guided fully accessible visit of the Radio City Tower where a lift will take you to the top 138m above the city with breathtaking panoramic views of the city. You will see how the new "Liverpool One" development has beautifully reconnected the Albert Docks with the city centre as well as the fabulous, neoclassical St Georges Hall, the worll's first passenger railway station "Liverpool Lime Street" & the worlds 5th largest cathedral. 

Visit the award winning Beatles Story at the Albert Docks

After free time to buy lunch and some shopping in Liverpool One you can then visit the Beatles Story Museum which is the world's largest permanent exhibition purely devoted to telling the story of The Beatles’ rise to fame. Located in the Albert Dock, the Beatles Story takes visitors on their journey; first conquering Liverpool, and then the world, through recreations of key locations from the band’s career including The Casbah Club, The Cavern Club, and Abbey Road Studios. Multi-media audio guides are available in ten different languages including Mandarin, Brazilian Portuguese, French and German.

You can then make you way through the covered collonades of the Albert Docks perhaps visiting the Tate Gallery and the Pier Masters House a WW2 recreation of a war time home on route back to the starting point or Liverpool Cruise Terminal.