Liverpool Football Club: Museum and Stadium Tour
- Duration: 1.5 hours
- Optional audio guide
Whether you’re a die-hard football fan or just looking for a fun family day out, don’t miss this opportunity to go behind the scenes at Anfield. Start your tour in the newly expanded Main Stand and enjoy stunning views of the pitch and Liverpool’s skyline.
Experience for yourself how the stadium comes alive on matchdays using immersive technology. Gain a fabulous insight into the club’s history and access to must-see areas such as the Press Conference Room, the This Is Anfield sign, Player’s Tunnel, Managerial Dugout, and the Dressing Rooms.
The stadium tour will be enhanced by a multimedia handset alongside your knowledgeable tour guides on hand to answer any questions. Your ticket also includes entry to The LFC Story where the team’s history is brought to life through never seen before displays.
Information and tour guide first class his knowledge on Liverpool FC amazing worth the money enjoyed it not a patch on Ibrox tho
Embark on a magical mystery tour and see how four young lads from Liverpool were propelled to dizzying heights of fame and fortune from humble childhood beginnings. Replicas of the Casbah, Mathew Street and The Cavern authentically capture the early 60s, allowing you to experience firsthand the very places that helped make The Beatles the biggest band in the world. Hear the story unfold through our ‘Living History’ audio guides available in 11 different languages (English, Brazilian-Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, Korean, Polish, Russian and Spanish). Let all this take you down to the Beatles Story. In 2018, The Beatles Story celebrates 50 years since The Beatles travelled to India with the launch of a special exhibition. ‘Beatles In India’ looks at this key period in time with new memorabilia, imagery and personal accounts from people who we...
We were taking a cruise and booked the tour independently rather than through the cruise. A 15 minute walk from the cruise terminal. The headsets allowed for commentary on the exhibits. We both really enjoyed our experience at the museum.
Journey through more than 6 decades of popular culture at the British Music Experience in the heart of Liverpool. Whatever age you are, and whatever you are into, there is something here for you. There are outfits worn by artists from Freddie Mercury and Dusty Springfield, to the Spice Girls, and Adam Ant and musical instruments played by some of the world’s most renowned artists from Noel Gallagher to the Sex Pistols. See over 600 artifacts, such as handwritten song lyrics from Adele, the original statues from the Brits, and the Apple Corp front door from Saville Row. Included in general admission is Frankie Say 1984, a celebration of Frankie Goes to Hollywood's enormous contribution to British popular music in their home city of Liverpool. You can also get involved. Learn a musical instrument with the best music equipment available, from drum kits to keyboards. Teenagers will love...
Absolutely amazing for any music lovers. What can I say about this place to sum it up? I am in awe of the memorabilia, clothing and items they have from artists all over the world. To stand 2ft away from items that idols have worn and used is a once in a lifetime opportunity and to get a years admission for the ticket price is amazing. I cant wait to come back again.
Football fan or not, no visit to Anfield Stadium is complete without a visit to the Liverpool FC Story and the Trophy Collection, which is home to Liverpool Football Club's silverware and memorabilia. He will share his experience of being a fan, player, captain, assistant manager, and manager of the world's greatest football family. The experience brings to life the Reds' illustrious history, whilst also featuring unique and never-seen-before displays which combine the history of Liverpool FC alongside its modern-day stars. To keep the kids entertained there are fascinating facts from the Liverpool FC's Mascot Mighty Red and interactive activities on the handset, including taking a penalty at the European Cup final. There is also the Boom Room, which tells the epic story of Jurgen Klopp's dream team. This brand new museum exhibition pays homage to the players and all who contributed t...
The Museum was superb and I loved reading and remembering the history, seeing the trophies and the memorabilia. Three of us got a taxi from Lime Street for £7 (bus fare is £3 pp). One thing I would have liked to have seen more of….the 70s teams…I was a massive Keegan fan and only saw one reference to him. Lots of old history and more up to date team information. But I would thoroughly recommend the museum!
The Grade 2 listed building that houses this breath-taking collection of over 1000 items is situated in the heart of Liverpool on the world-famous Mathew Street only yards away from the Cavern Club. Visitors will be swept along on a wave of unimaginable nostalgia as they explore first hand an awe-inspiring wealth of authentic items including, guitars and drums from the Hamburg days, interviews with those that took part in the journey including Paul McCartney, John Lennon’s itinerary from their first American tour, the mysterious cello from “Magical Mystery Tour,” medals from the pop art masterpiece “Sgt Pepper,” the earliest ever enchanting footage of the Beatles playing live, genuine gold and platinum discs, quirky props from their films and photoshoots, personal letters and belongings, seats from Shea Stadium and Candlestick Park, spotlights and studio monitors from the iconic Abbey R...
Exhibit over 3 floors, lots of memorabilia and information about the Beatles, really enjoyed the museum and the Cavern club is also in the same street
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Very informative, lots to see and experience. Provided the full story from start to finish through music, photos, videos, exhibits. Not your usual museum, as this was a surprise with every corner you turned. Really enjoyed it - again - this was our second visit!
Great exhibition, though too many people allowed in at the same time. The personal headphones are okay but it didn’t allow us to enjoy and share the experience together
An absolutely amazing experience. All the tour guides and staff at Anfield were very polite helpful and very understanding. Can’t wait for the new stadium.
Great visit to the Beatles story. Lots of interesting things to see and the audio guide really helpful.
Really good with individual audio commentry via portable headset for each exhibit.