38 locations where you can discover the Beatles in their early years – English,

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In this video we visit 38 places in
Liverpool and world where you can discover the Beatles in their early
years Liverpool and Japan are linked through the marriage of John and Yoko
the Beatles are very popular in Japan and many Japanese fans come to Liverpool
for this reason I’ve chosen to use Japanese as one of the languages in my
video with Japanese style music reminiscent to the violins in Eleanor
Rigby. These city tour buses will take you to the most important sites in
Liverpool. The Magical Mystery tour is a specialised Beatles tour. For a
personalised Beatles tour you can take one of the Fab Four taxis. There’s a
transcript of the commentary in eight languages, including Japanese and German. In 2002 the airport was renamed
Liverpool John Lennon Airport. inside the terminal there is a statue of
John Lennon. This Yellow Submarine stands in front of
the terminal. The film Yellow Submarine was released
in 1968. At the old airport in 1964, Thousands of fans welcomed the Beatles
after their US tour The 86 bus is not a tour bus, but it
travels through many of the places where the Beatles spent their childhood. This advert is for the exhibition Double
Fantasy at the Museum of Liverpool from May 2018 to April 2019. The Sergeant
Pepper Bistro near Penny Lane has unfortunately been closed for a few
years. Penny Lane is famous for the song of the
same name which came out in 1967. In June 2018 Paul returned to Penny Lane. It was for The Late Late Show with James
Corden. Paul wrote his autograph on the sign. The
gates of Strawberry Fields are not far from the house where John lived with his
Aunt Mimi. In July 2019 the gates will open to a
new Beatles attraction in the grounds of Strawberry Field. In Calderstones Park in the south of
Liverpool, there is a little-known Japanese garden. Calderstones Park has many
associations with the Beatles in their early years. It’s possible that this gravestone
inspired the famous song Eleanor Rigby. In 1957 John and Paul met for the first
time here. Ringo Starr lived in this terraced house,
10 Admiral Grove, until 1963. In 1943 George Harrison was born in this
house 12 Arnold Grove. In 1940 Ringo Starr was born here at 9 Madryn Street.
The house was saved from demolition. In 1964 The Beatles stood on the balcony
of the Town Hall in front of thousands of screaming fans. 20 years later they were awarded the
Freedom of the City. The Liverpool Institute was a boys grammar school. Paul McCartney went to the school. Today it’s LIPA, co-founded by Paul.
In the 1960s the Beatles and other famous bands played at the Blue Angel
nightclub. It’s in Seel Street in Chinatown. John Lennon and his first wife Cynthia
lived for a while at 36 Faulkner Street. The flat belonged to Brian Epstein. In June 2018 Paul gave a surprise
concert in the Philharmonic pub. It was for The Late Late Show with James Corden. The Beatles often visited Ye Cracke pub
on Rice Street. The John Lennon Peace Monument was
unveiled in 2010. The Museum of Liverpool tells the story
of the city where the Beatles were born. At the British Music Experience you can
find out more about British pop music. Here on the Pier Head you’ll also find
the Beatles Statues, unveiled in 2015. And now we’ll take the train to New
Brighton. This is the site of the Tower Ballroom.
On top of the building once stood the tallest tower in Britain. In 1969 the Tower Ballroom was destroyed by fire. This is the Grosvenor Ballroom in Liscard. The hall looks the same as it did in the early 60s. Many tourists come to Port Sunlight for
its art gallery and beautiful houses. In Hulme Hall on the 18th of August 1962,
the Beatles played their first concert with Ringo Starr as drummer. Now we return to Liverpool. The Eleanor
Rigby statue is in Stanley Street, not far from Matthew Street. The Hard Day’s Night Hotel is a Beatles-themed hotel. Matthew Street is dedicated to the
Beatles, as well as other famous Liverpool stars. Many people like to have their
photograph taken next to John Lennon. Between 1961 and 1963 the Beatles played in the Cavern Club 292 times. The Beatles often went to the Grapes pub
before their concerts. Four Lads Who Shook the World
commemorates the Beatles. The Magical History Museum contains a
gigantic collection of Beatles memorabilia on three floors. Around three miles from the city centre,
in the cellar of a house in West Derby is the Casbah Coffee Club. Here, Paul, John, George and drummer Pete Best played their first concerts. The Beatles Story is about the
remarkable success story of the Fab Four. Paul McCartney lived with his family at
20 Forthlin Road from 1955 until 1964. You can visit the house by booking on the
National Trust Tour. John Lennon lived with his Aunt Mimi in this house
‘Mendips’ 252, Menlove Avenue. You can visit the house on the National Trust tour The house is a time capsule of the early
1960s. My name’s Aidan O’Rourke. Thank you very much for watching and I’ll see you again soon in Liverpool. you you

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