Liverpool the Beatles Legend Fab Four and Manchester City 2 Days Private Tour

Duration: 2 days
Destination: United Kingdom, United Kingdom, London

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Music, football, pride and tears. This Liverpool and Manchester tour is the blend of British popular music & sports legends as well as life on the sea. Both cities provide the spirit of football, music as well as industry. Liverpool is a naval city with its unique attractions, exciting events, world-class sports, outstanding musical cultural legacy, and renowned warm welcome. Liverpool's culture and heritage are right at the heart of the city with its largest collection of museums and galleries and of course the home of the world-famous Fab Four, the legendary Beatles. As for Manchester, as you would expect from the first modern, industrial city, not only well known for its warehouses, cotton mills, the viaducts and water channels, but also known with the spirit of football and its joy thanks to world-class stadium Old Trafford and National Football Museum in the heart of the city. Let's explore Britain's most popular and iconic cities of all time in British sport & music culture.


Day 1: Travelling to Liverpool – Liverpool City and the Beatles Legend Fab Four Tour - Dinner at the Cavern Club

Stop At: Liverpool, Liverpool, Merseyside, England
Your journey from Central London will take 4.5 hours by car / van / Minibus to Liverpool. Welcome to the city of music and football. The growth of Liverpool as a big port corresponded with the city's growth in the Industrial Revolution. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, it was most famous as a port. No wonder as the port was home to the Legendary RMS Titanic, RMS Lusitania, RMS Queen Mary and Olympic RMS register. Liverpool was the home of both the Cunard and White Star line and is the birthplace of the well-known Beatles rock band. It's also renowned for its Everton F.C soccer teams. Liverpool and F.C. Liverpool. Upon arrival in the city, you will check in to your hotel in Liverpool and refresh for an hour.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: The Beatles Story, Britannia Vaults Albert Dock Unit 41, Liverpool L2 6RE England
Your first activity is visiting The Beatles Story Museum. The Beatles Story is the world's largest permanent exhibition devoted purely to the Beatles and takes its guests on a spectacular journey through The Beatles' lives, times, culture and music, located in the Fab Four hometown of Liverpool at the amazing UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Albert Dock. You will spend 90 minutes here to know about almost everything related to our idols, the Beatles. This is an absolute shrine for Beatles fans. With all your knowledge, after the museum, you will participate in a Legend Fab Four Tour in Liverpool. (Beatles Legend Fab Four Tour does not include interior visits to John Lennon's and Paul McCartney's Childhood Homes. Visiting homes requires separate tour arrangements and valid entrance tickets. Please contact us for more information)
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Albert Dock, Hartley Quay, Liverpool L3 4AF England
Your Beatles Legend Fab Four Tour is a two-hour tour dedicated to the Beatles: where they grew up, met and formed the band that would storm the pop world, you will see every place connected with John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. You will start your tour from the Albert Dock within 5 minutes time.
Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By: 10 Admiral Grove, Liverpool L8 8BH England
The Beatles Fab Four Tour starts with Ringo Starr’s childhood home at 10 Admiral Grove where he lived for 20 years before he became popular with the Beatles. Starr's childhood school, the St. Silas Primary School on Pengwern Lane, was only a stone's throw from its front door. He was a sick child and was taught to read and write at home, due to his numerous absences from school. In The Beatles Anthology, Starr is quoted as saying: "I don’t remember the inside of our house in Madryn Street". However, he does remember his grandparents' house, which was also in Madryn Street.

Pass By: 12 Arnold Grove, Liverpool L15 8HP England
After a 10 minute journey this time you will visit George Harrison’s birthplace at 12 Arnold Grove. It's a small terraced house in a cul-de-sac, with a small alley in the back. In 1931, after their marriage, the parents of Harrison, Harold and Louise, moved to the house and lived there for almost 20 years. It wasn't a fancy life though as George Harrison says the main heating was a coal fire and the house was so cold in the winter that he needed to use the outside bathroom because his brothers did not want to get up in the morning as it was freezing. The house had tiny rooms and an iron kitchenette in the back room that used to be a kitchen. When Harrison was six years old, they moved to Speke on 2 January 1950 to a new council estate.

Pass By: Penny Lane, Off the A562 Road, Liverpool L24 9PB England
A few minutes later you will see Penny Lane made famous by the Beatles song of the same name, released in 1967. On Penny Lane, John Lennon and Paul McCartney met to pick up a bus. They shared their experiences at street level in their youth and were led to write the song, which was released in the ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’ album and later on the 'Magical Mystery Tour' album. It is still a vibrant area, with independent companies lying along the road. Even in the same place in this song is a barber's shop.

Pass By: St. Peter's Church, Woolton, Church Road Woolton, Liverpool L25 6DA England
Your next stop is the St. Peter’s Church Hall, where the first meeting between John and Paul took place. Here is the story: 6 July 1957 was a key day in modern music history. It was John Lennon’s first meeting with Paul McCartney. At the Garden Feast of St. Peter's Church, Woolton, the Quarrymen skiffle group played in the afternoon. On a stage behind the church, the performance was held in a field. In the band were Lennon (vocals, guitar), Eric Griffiths (guitar), Colin Hanton (drums), Rod Davies (banjo), Pete Shotton (washboard) and Len Garry (tea-chest bass). Here also you can see the gravestone of the lady "Eleanor Rigby" that is mentioned in their Revolver album in 1966. Well, who was Eleanor Rigby? We will reveal the secrets of the woman whose death inspired The Beatles hit.

Pass By: Strawberry Field Beaconsfield Road, Liverpool L25 6EJ England
Time to proceed to the famous Strawberry Field. (Commemorating the Central Park, NYC). Strawberry Field is a famous landmark for the Beatles in the town. It is a former children's home for the Salvation Army in Woolton suburb. The house was named after the Beatles single 'Strawberry Fields Forever' written by John Lennon in 1967. Young Lennon lived near Strawberry Field and enjoyed attending every summer's garden party. Today, fans can see the replica of the world-famous red gate through Strawberry Field. At the corner of the landmark is a kindergarten house for John Lennon, Mendips.

Pass By: John Lennon's Childhood House, 251 Menlove Avenue, 251 Menlove Ave, Liverpool L25 7SA, UK
After a short walk, we will reach John Lennon's Childhood House that's 251 Menlove Avenue, Woolton, in the area known as Mendips after the Mendip hills. This lovely semi-detached house of the 1930s, owned by the aunt, Mimi and her husband George Smith, was where Lennon moved to when he was 5 years old. He remained at Mendips until he was 22 years old in mid-1963. In March 2002, Yoko Ono, Lennon's widow, purchased the house and donated it to the National Trust to save it from further demolition and land speculators. Yoko Ono said: "When John's house came up for sale I wanted to preserve it for the people of Liverpool and John Lennon and Beatles fans all over the world." The house was restored to its original look in the 1950s.

Pass By: 20 Forthlin Rd, Liverpool L18 9TN, UK
A short ride in Allerton town will bring you to Paul McCartney's home at 20 Forthlin Road, a council house where he lived between 1955 and 1964, and is now an estate of the National Trust. Paul McCartney lived there for many years until he became prominent in the Beatles and is called "the birthplace of the Beatles" by the National Trust. It was also the home of his brother Mike and the birthplace of the trio the Scaffold, of which Mike was a member.

Pass By: Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, Mount Street, Liverpool L1 9HF England
Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA). More Beatles locations are indicated while travelling around the city centre and the outskirts of Liverpool. Now that your day is fully dedicated to the Beatles, you will have an optional night activity right after dinner.

Stop At: The Cavern Club, 10 Mathew Street, Liverpool L2 6RE England
At night, join a live performance at the most famous club in the world, the Cavern Club, which is the cradle of British pop music, where the Beatles formed their musical identity. Cavern Club today is a prosperous live music destination and one of the main tourist attractions in Liverpool. The three venues Cavern Club, Cavern Live Lounge and Cavern Pub not only show the Beatles' unbelievable legacy but are also housing the evolving and blossoming bands as well as professional bands and singers. Just pick a venue to get the true spirit of the Beatles in their shrine. This night is your night in Liverpool. Your dinner will be served in the Cavern Club. What a great night out in the heart of Liverpool full of The Beatles soul and spirit.
Duration: 3 hours

Meals included:
• Dinner: The dinner in the Beatles' shrine is on us! Join an immaculate taste & music experience with us tonight!
Accommodation included: Tonight, your accommodation will be provided in one of the 4 stars hotels in Liverpool city centre.

Day 2: Half Day Liverpool & Half Day Manchester City Tour - Manchester Old Trafford Stadium and National Football Museum Tour

Pass By: Titanic Memorial, 2 St Nicholas Pl, Liverpool L3 1QW, UK
Good morning. Today we will explore the naval character of the city. Liverpool is a proud marine city of all times with glory, pride and tears. Titanic Memorial was commissioned on its maiden voyage following the tragic sinking of the RMS Titanic on 15 April 1912. It was designed in dedication to the 244 engine room crew who had lost their lives when the Titanic sank in the Atlantic after a collision with an iceberg. They had remained at their posts in the stricken liner, supplying electricity and other amenities for as long as possible that others could survive. This memorial was unveiled in May 1916 and was simply dedicated to "All the Heroes of the Marine Engine Room"

Stop At: Merseyside Maritime Museum, Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AQ England
Our visit will now proceed to the Merseyside Maritime Museum, a gorgeous story from Liverpool's historic past. Located in the heart of the Albert Dock, it is the ideal place to discover the world-renowned port, including boats, pictures, models for ships, objects of ship wreckage, uniforms. So true, Liverpool's maritime history comes to life in the Merseyside Maritime Museum. Discover the central role of the city as the entrance to the new world. Titanic and Liverpool: The untold story exhibition is part of the exhibition series Liverpool and the World, part of which is financed by the EU. This fascinating exhibition examines the central role of Liverpool in Titanic history. Definitely not to be missed!
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Liverpool Cathedral, Katedra W St. James Road, Liverpool L1 7AZ England
Just a short walk will take you to Liverpool Cathedral, which is the largest cathedral and religious building in Britain and serves as Bishop of Liverpool's Seat, the England Cathedral of the Diocese of Liverpool. It may be called Christ's Cathedral Church or the Risen Christ's Cathedral Church in Liverpool. In this shrine, many Liverpudlians paid their tribute to the thousands of seamen and passengers who lost their lives in the sea including Titanic.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Emirates Old Trafford, Talbot Road, Stretford M16 0PX England
After lunch in Liverpool, you will head towards Manchester the first modern, industrial city in the U.K. Our first stop will be Manchester United’s immaculate stadium, Old Trafford. An 80-minute tour awaits you. Here in this tour you will discover the history of the clubs and take the Manchester United Museum and Stadium Tour behind the scenes. The Museum is a historical tour that allows visitors to walk along legendary tracks, call the cloakroom to the players and walk out of the tunnel onto the holy turf. During the tour, you will be able to sit down and envision the crowd's roar on a match day on the Managing Chair in the Dugout. The Manchester United Red Cafe will provide you with snacks to eat today. Ready to explore the voyage of traditional English football? You will love this experience.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: National Football Museum, Cathedral Gardens Urbis Building, Manchester M4 3BG England
Manchester is the pride of football as is The National Football Museum, another not to be missed attraction in Manchester. You will immerse yourselves in the cultural and social history of the sport you love with fascinating objects and exhibitions that show how soccer was made a life game. Here in this football shrine you can test your skills from penalty kicks to smart tricks to shooting, commenting and get your hands on some of the top silverware. England's national soccer museum is the National Football Museum. It is based in the town centre of Manchester Urbis building, which maintains, preserves and shows important football collections of all times. The Manchester National Football Museum is the largest and best soccer museum in the world. The national celebration of the national game is an essential part of every city visit. The Museum investigates the cultural and social impact of the game, including the Jules Rimet trophy, the World Cup Final ball of 1966 and Diego Maradona's shirt during the famous Hand of God goal of the 1986 WC. A program of changing exhibitions explores how the growth of games has affected art and culture throughout the world, with visitors of all ages reaching out to the learning and education program. The NFM offers a unique visitor experience for fans and non-fans alike. It has a floor full of fun, interactive exhibits and opportunities for children, big and small, to get their hands (and feet of course) on. Enjoy your visit.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Albert Square, Manchester England
Your next stop in Manchester is Albert Square in the city centre. This cosy public square, dominated by the Manchester City Hall, is also a hub for major public and political events. The Albert Memorial of Prince Albert, a consort of Queen Victoria, features a few Gothic style monuments. A large number of seasonal events, including the famous Manchester Christmas market, can be found on the square and within its architectural splendour. We will give you some free time to explore the heart of the city. Late in the afternoon, you will leave Manchester to return to London. Your journey will take approximately 3.5 hours and will arrive in the city by midnight. We do hope you enjoyed your two day tour and Tourope UK is looking forward to meeting you on another tour.
Duration: 1 hour

Meals included:
• Breakfast
No accommodation included on this day.

  • 1x Breakfast
  • 1x Dinner
  • Accommodation included: 1 night
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • All Fees and Taxes
  • Private transportation
  • Entry/Admission - The Beatles Story
  • Entry/Admission - The Cavern Club
  • Entry/Admission - Liverpool Cathedral
  • Entry/Admission - Emirates Old Trafford
  • Entry/Admission - National Football Museum

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Infant seats available
  • Service animals allowed
  • Stroller accessible
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
  • Face masks provided for travelers
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
  • For healthier travel experience, we will be upgrading our standard vehicles to SUVs, MPVs and Vans for 8 people or less and 16 or 33 seater minibuses for 9 people or more, both options at no extra cost. All medical regulations will be adhered to during this time until further notice for your safety.
Departure Point

Traveler pickup is offered
- Please be ready and waiting in your hotel lobby 15 minutes prior to your scheduled pick-up time and let the lobby staff know that you are expecting a tour guide. If you will be picked up from the airport, your guide will meet you in the arrival hall of the airport accordingly.
- Hand sanitizers and masks will be available in our vehicles for the best hygiene practice.


  • Heathrow Airport, Hounslow TW6 England
  • London Stansted Airport, Bassingbourn Rd, Stansted CM24 1QW, UK
  • London Luton Airport, Airport Way, Luton LU2 9LY, UK
  • Manchester Intl Airport, Ringway M90 1QX England
  • Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Speke Hall Ave, Speke, Liverpool L24 1YD, UK

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