Liverpool: British Music Experience Ticket
- Skip the line
- Duration: 75 minutes
- Optional audio guide
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Myself and two if my kids, who have a ten year age gap so diverse music tastes but they have grown up with music from all genres, we had a great time, all of us taking something different from it. Me enjoying have my youth and my life thrown back at me through music and interviews with the ones who made such a difference and who gave us wonderful memories and helped to remove the blinkers and experience it all. My kids well spice girls and One direction ....enough said ! Been able to have a go at playing the drums or a guitar at the end of the tour was real fun and u could gave done that for quite a while. What I loved was whilst I was doing that a group walked through, a guy picked up a guitar and the lady just started to play and sing, they sounded great and thoroughly enjoyed listening, it was great. Thoroughly recommend, well worth it.
Absolutely brilliant. Would love to do the full beatles experience but shame the tickets are 160 odd quid each as much as it would be worth the time. I would pay £60 odd each instead if the offer came along or something. Liverpool is ace. Also I didn't appreciate it when upon me opening the two doors to walk into The Cavern Pub... Lights were on and people as in customers were in there but me and my partner were told it's closed. So.. WHY WERE THE DOORS OPENED THEN ANF LIGHTS ON AND ALSO CUSTOMERS SITTING DOWN VY THE WINDOW DRINKING?????? THAT WAS NOT A NICE EXPERIENCE AT ALL. WHEN A PLACE IS CLOSED THEN THE DOORS ARE LOCKED. THIS HAPPENED AROUND 2PM IN THE AFTERNOON
Very enjoyable for all my family, including my six year old granddaughter. Staff very helpful and friendly and ensured the best of Covid-19 precautions were taken throughout the visit. We used the audio guides, which gave a lot of information, but I personally found mine a little difficult to use to it's full extent, as I use hearing aids. The ambient sound overpowered the audio guide. I should have used headphones.
Thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience but didn’t use the interactive instrument section at the end.
great walk through the various decades of British Music. Thoroughly enjoyed all of it