Beatles Magical Mystery Tour
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See the sights and sounds of Beatles Liverpool on the Magical Mystery Tour, with entertaining commentary and music.
The two hour tour takes place on-board the colourful Magical Mystery Tour Bus and takes passengers on a two hour tour of all the places associated with the Fab Four! Passengers will see where John, Paul, George and Ringo grew up, met and formed the band that took the world by storm.
This Beatles-themed bus tour is famous in Liverpool - it’ll take you around all of the famous Beatles landmarks such as Strawberry Field and Penny Lane which inspired the hits of the same name together with their childhood homes. The departure point is Albert Dock. The tour operates at several times…
A must if you are a Beatles fan. It's a Beatles themed bus tour that hits all the famous Beatles hotspots in Liverpool.
A cool tour that explores the Beatles home town and historic sights connected to the group.
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