THE BEATLES have their fair share of exhibitions and events around their hometown, but the Liverpool Beatles Museum delivers the absolute finest experience fans of the Fab Four could ask for.
The monument invites punters in with a tribute to all six members of The Beatles above its front door – yes, all six.
Included in the exhibition are not only trinkets and tributes to the iconic Fab Four, but also the two members the band lost along the way.
First is Stuart Sutcliffe, who ventured to Germany with the band in the early 1960s before tragically dying of a brain haemorrhage aged just 21-years-old.
Pete’s younger brother, Roag Best, is the curator and owner of the Liverpool Beatles Museum and owns every piece of historic memorabilia within the establishment.