John Lennon’s and Paul McCartney’s childhood homes
Both homes are owned by the National Trust and available for tours.
The venue where Beatlemania was born. The Fabs played almost 300 concerts here.
10 Mathew Street, Liverpool L2 6RE, England
Children’s home run by the Salvation Army where John Lennon hung out and inspired the song. Now open to visitors.
Beaconsfield Rd, Liverpool L25 6EJ, England
Casbah Coffee House
Important early Beatles performing venue. Tours by reservation only. Concerts by original Beatles drummer Pete Best can also be booked at the venue
8 Haymans Green, Liverpool L12 7JG, England
Fab Four Taxi
Tour of Beatle sites that visits all the main sights and lesser known ones as well.
Magical Mystery Tour
A 2 hour tour of the major Beatle sites. Free admission to the Cavern Club with ticket.
Self-guided tour of Liverpool
Well laid-out tour (both walking and sites further afield) of the best Beatles sites.
Church of St. Luke
Two hundred year old church that was bombed during WWII. It has been left as a roofless shell as a memorial to those lost. The site hosts events and concerts.
Corner of Berry Street and Leece Street, Liverpool
One of the two ferry services from Holyhead, Wales to Dublin, Ireland
Lake District, Derwentwater, England
Lake District National Park
Outdoor wonderland of hiking, biking and watersports.