The whole is good. But the fees in Britain are very high. You can only get 50 pounds round-trip tickets from London to Liverpool by scrambling for tickets. You should always keep an eye on the information of train tickets. But more than two hours'drive also saw British children going to school by train - the standard suit was really a gentleman's temperament. It bumped all the way to Liverpool. I am not an authentic Beatles fan, but as a symbol of Liverpool, how can Beatles not come? The museum is very well constructed. It gives a comprehensive introduction to Beatles'history and achievements. I have gradually changed from a passer-by to a fan. It simulates various scenes of Beatles. (Groven Club Bar was in downtown Liverpool when they started out, and when they went to the city, they had to go to the Beatles when they were young. Let's see.) The museum will be finished in about 90 minutes. After that, go along the seaside for lunch and enjoy the sea view.
The Beatles Memorial represents the commemoration of an era in Europe and the United States, and is also the golden age of the world's musicians. The Beatles are the representative of this museum. It exhibits a lot of musical instruments, records of scenic spots and signatures of stars at that time. It is very precious in the hearts of music fans and is worth visiting.
I made some corrections to my last comment... The bar where Beatles sang when they came out was called The Cavern. I typed the wrong letter before. Sorry. Bars are still the same as they were decades ago, bars are almost unchanged. Ask passers-by and they'll be easy to find. Order a beer, sing and dance together with the music on the stage. Almost everyone can sing "hey jude" and listen to Beatles before going. It's really like going back to the last century. Attached is a picture of Cavern.
Headman Memorial. Really. Liverpool's favorite place. Really. I really do. They used to be a remote and legendary band to me because they didn't experience their red time before. They ended up hanging out there for six hours today. Really. I don't know what to say. The big white room at the end of the exit was John Lennon's imagine. Listen to him sing I&39; & m a dre. Amer, I actually cried. It's really...
Here's all the Beatles'birth teams coming out and dissolving everything. What I remember most is that they appeared in front of the public in the video of crazy girls. It's like adolescence in every age. It's pure and impulsive to love one thing. I'll love one thing to the extreme. I've watched those movies and refused to go because I didn't want to see them again. It reminds me that love is actually very simple, love is more simple, I want to continue to have this simple but has grown up... Tickets - "student ticket 11.5 fat into the door remember to pick up the Chinese interpreter
Here is my second destination to Liverpool, the Beatles Museum, which has been a solid building for more than 400 years and has now been transformed into a commercial venue where the Beatles once performed on the first floor. There is no one in the world who dislikes the Beatles. " This is what a friend of mine told me many years ago. I didn't believe it, so I listened, and I believed it. The museum is divided into two sections. The stairs upstairs in the first section are all made up of the album names of our beloved, and the steps up one section by one are full of memories. In the first part, visitors can see a lot of text introductions and old photo exhibitions, as well as a 4D animation, followed by the animated version of the Beatles sitting in a yellow submarine really high. The second part leads the Beatles fans from the establishment of bands to albums, to the dissolution, to the end of the Beatles'past and present life. But the two pavilions are not together. The Beatles Story is on the other side of the pier. I believe that people who love music will come to see it with pilgrimage.
Most museums in Britain are free, but a few private museums are free. This is the one that charges. Forget the exact price, it seems less than twenty pounds. But you can see a lot of exclusive exhibits about the Beatles, which are worth the fare. Ticket prices include free voice guides, which are worth listening to. There is also a children's area, which is very interactive. The gift shop sells the Beatles'peripheral products, and some very good gifts are available. There's also a fast food area for dinner.
The Beatles Story Memorial is one of Liverpool's must-see attractions. Tickets are divided into two categories. I bought Fab 4 experience tickets, student tickets are 9.5 and adult tickets are 12.95. After entering, you can take the interpreter with Chinese explanation. There are many Beatles'profiles, used items, famous bars, newspapers and other simulation scenes in the memorial hall. The whole hall has been playing Beatles' classic songs. The whole visit was very vivid and interesting. It was very shocking and loved.
Liverpool was originally one of the candidate cities for study, with a harbour (although I photographed it that day feeling like the Huangpu River), which deserves to be a sister city with Shanghai. Red Brick University, football clubs and the Beatles are enough to make many people around the world go crazy about it. It used to take us three or four hours from Lai Village, plus a transit in Nottingham, but we still choose to go early and return late, and it is not necessarily safe to have extra expenses for a night's stay. Everywhere in the city is on foot. It's funny to see something like a bumper outside China Town. It's also a beautiful thing to look down on the city on a Ferris wheel.