The Beatles Statue

The statue was unveiled in 2015, between the Three Graces at the docks, and each has a hidden personal detail of the band member. Can you spot them?

Nearby Attractions

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Royal Liver Building
Originally one of the tallest buildings in Britain, it opened in 1906 to house the Royal Liver Assurance group.
The Cavern Club
Famous for the Beatles having played their early years at the club, the Cavern Club originally opened as a jazz club and remains a music venue today.
Liverpool Town Hall
The Town Hall has been operational for over 250 years, and its interior is considered one of the most stunning complete works of Georgian decor.
Statue of John Lennon
Bronze statue of John Lennon in Mathew Street near Cavern Club.
Port of Liverpool Building
One of Liverpool's 'Three Graces' buildings, it is part of the city's maritime mercantile UNESCO heritage status.
Cunard Building
The third of the 'Three Graces' in the port, the structure still has remnants of the original port wall, which are visible on the eastern portion of the building.

Related Tours

The Birthplace of The Beatles: Private 2-hour Liverpool Tour
Enjoy a Beatles-themed walking tour with an expert, passionate private guide around the vibrant city of Liverpool, the iconic home of the Fab Four with tickets included to The Beatles Story Museum.

On your private tour you will: 

  • Hear about the band’s humble early beginnings to fan-crazed global fame;
  • Learn about the beating heart of Liverpool’s iconic music scene and the venues where the Beatles honed their craft;
  • See the Eleanor Rigby Statue where you’ll hear about her famous musical creator and her Liverpool connection;
  • Visit 62 Stanley Street, the site of Hessy’s Music Centre where the Beatles bought their instruments; 
  • Stop by the statue of Brian Epstein who was the Beatles’ manager from 1962 until his death in 1967;
  • Walk down the iconic Matthew Street famous for its many connections to Beatlemania- stopping by The Grapes pub where they would enjoy a drink, the Wall of Fame and the John Lennon Statue;
  • Visit the iconic Cavern Club where the Beatles regularly played live - the place that launched the Fab Four;
  • Enter Derby Square with the impressive neo-Baroque monument of Queen Victoria - with a picture of the Beatles beside it
  • See Liverpool’s majestic Town Hall, where both the Queen and the Beatles have waved at the crowds from its balcony;
  • Snap the ultimate photo with the iconic life-size bronze Beatles statues on Liverpool's Waterfront, erected to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the band's last home gig; 
  • Wander around the famous Pier Head admiring the famous Liverpool Skyline, and learn about Liverpool’s Three Graces: the Port of Liverpool Building, the Cunard Building, and the Liver Building (pronounced Ly-ver);
  • Stroll the waterfront and see the picturesque area of Mann Island, the Royal Albert Dock - including the amazing Quay Confectionary shop, and the statue of pop idol Billy Fury overlooking the Mersey; 
  • End your tour at the Beatles Story Museum, the world's largest permanent exhibition devoted to telling the story of The Beatles' rise to fame that you will explore at your own leisure.

As the birthplace of the mop-haired Fab Four, Liverpool is a fascinating pilgrimage site for Beatles fans. A historic maritime city, Liverpool is home to quaint cobbled streets, historic buildings and spectacular views over the Mersey.  

On this private tour with an expert, passionate guide, you will learn all about the early lives of the Beatles in Liverpool, where they lived and went to school, how they met and formed a band - you’ll see where they bought their first instruments and were signed by Brian Epstein. You’ll hear all about their meteoric rise to fame - and the ensuing Beatlemania

Your tour will take you past the statue of Eleanor Rigby, and the John Lennon statue, before walking down musical memory lane Matthew Street: one of the most famous streets in the world, home of the notorious, legendary Cavern Club, which opened in 1957 as a jazz club and later became synonymous with the Beatles who played here live regularly. Your guide will show you inside this iconic institution. 

You’ll also be able to pop into The Grapes pub, a favourite of the Beatles who would have a drink here between sets at the nearby Cavern. You’ll walk from Derby Square up Castle Street flanked by beautiful and historic buildings and shop fronts, a lively street full of bars and restaurants, towards the magnificent Town Hall - where both royalty and the Beatles have stood at the balcony.  

Then, you’ll head down to the picturesque waterfront where you’ll see the famous Liverpool skyline, the historic buildings known as the Three Graces, the Albert Dock, and the amazing life-size bronze statues of the Beatles overlooking the Mersey. 

Your tour ends outside the Beatles Story Museum, where your guide will give you your tickets and leave you to explore the world’s largest permanent collection of Beatles memorabilia. 


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