Return to the Swinging Sixties on our 3-hour signature Beatles Classic tour of Liverpool and surrounding suburbs, the original and most popular of our Beatles tours! What better way to learn about our fab lads from Liverpool than by hopping into your own private taxi tour, driven by a local expert driver-guide?
Some of your tour highlights include the childhood homes of your four favourite lads as well as some of the iconic places they frequented or sang about. Experience Penny Lane (including a photo stop at the famous sign and drive-past the barber, St Barnabus Church and more), Strawberry Field (including a stop for refreshments and photos) or Eleanor Rigby's grave. Discover Woolton village where John met Paul on 6 July 1957, that fete-full day where John's band, 'The Quarrymen', were playing at the church fete.
There are so many highlights during this Fab 4 tour that you will be able to cherish forever!
Pick up anywhere within Liverpool city centre (postcodes L1, L2, L3) or at any hotel, landmark or railway station in the city. You can add your pick-up location at booking. We also offer a door-to-door service from/to your home if you live locally.
A local, knowledgeable guide
Food and drink, entry fees and gratuities.
Visit all Beatles' childhood homes
Visit Penny Lane
Explore Strawberry Fields
See where John met Paul
See the tombstone of Eleanor Rigby
See the church where Paul and his brother Mike used to sing as choir boys
Hear about the Beatles' families and find out why John and Paul used to practice on the porch! Discover which songs were written in Paul's front room. Find out why jelly babies were delivered to George’s house for his birthday. Photograph the sentimental pub just around the corner from Ringo's home and school.
See the famous street that is in our ears and in our heart and which helped coin the 1967 hit. You'll be able to see 'a barber showing photographs', the 'shelter in the middle of the roundabout' and find an 'old bank for a banker with a motorcar!
The inspiration for John Lennon's 1967 hit. Have your photograph taken by the famous red gates to Strawberry Fields and find out why John loved it so much.
Where John Met Paul:
Considered to be the most important meeting point in music history. You'll go to where John Lennon met a 15-year-old Paul McCartney for the first time in 1957.
In the same place where John was a choir boy, you will also be able to see the real-life tombstone that possibly influenced the famous 1966 song.
The Choir Boy:
You'll pass by the church where Paul McCartney and his brother Mike used to sing as choir boys.
Terms and conditions
You can cancel your tour until 3 days before your travel date