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Welcome to The Beats Tour, discovering the world of the Beatles and the city of Liverpool.
Ride in a replica of John Lennon’s Rolls Royce Phantom.
Step out and explore designated points along the route and take a closer look.
See Liverpool by land and water on this enjoyable combo tour. Take a River Explorer cruise along Liverpool’s UNESCO-listed waterfront, seeing the sights as the onboard commentary recounts their history. Plus, enjoy included entry to the U-boat Story, a museum dedicated to a War II German U-boat. Couple your cruise with a hop-on hop-off City Explorer open-top, double-decker bus tour. With your 24-hour pass, travel around must-sees such as St. George's Hall and Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King Liverpool, listening to the live commentary and hopping off at stops of interest.
Follow in the footsteps of the Beatles and explore the city’s rich music heritage on this bus and walking tour. Follow your guide through the city streets and discover sites of interest including the world-famous Cavern Club and the UNESCO-listed waterfront. Then hop aboard your bus to Penny Lane, Strawberry Field, and the childhood homes of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and Ringo Starr. Along the way, listen as your guide sheds light on the Beatles’ music history in Liverpool.
The sights and scenery of North Wales are tricky to explore from Liverpool without a rental car. Rather than string together train and bus journeys; choose this full-day tour for the benefit of comfortable minivan transport and a guide for background on the sights. Walk Llandudno’s pier, follow hidden roads through Snowdonia, visit Conwy Castle, and more; and discover this beautiful corner of Britain without a care in the world.
Using a local tour guide you will see far more in the day and enjoy all their favourite places.
Our tours are always small groups as we will use additional guides as required.
Qualified local tour guides who are Beatles experts
This easy guided walking tour uses Beatles themed stops to explain how and why the vibrant city of Liverpool has changed and the tour has something for everyone.
Take photos and selfies at The Beatles statues in front of the principal waterfront buildings, learn about Liverpool's maritime history, the slave trade, the blitz in 1941 links with the ill-fated Titanic, walk though the Royal Albert Docks and so much more.
We have been tour guiding Beatles tours for 6 years with 5 star trip advisor reviews and your local tour guides will help you to plan the rest of your visit.
Having enjoyed a 2-hour easy walking tour with a fun local tour guide you can then enjoy the rest of your visit in The Beatles Story Museum at your leisure.
Delve into Liverpool’s vibrant culture on a Beatles and sightseeing walking tour, ideal for music lovers. Tick off top Liverpool attractions such as the decorated Mersey Ferries, the Museum of Liverpool, the 18th-century Liverpool Town Hall, and the brand new statue of Cilla Black outside of the Cavern Club, former stomping ground of The Beatles. Plus, visit spots associated with The Fab Four and watch a short Beatles documentary.
This luxury tour is brilliant for a group of friends, a corporate group or as a shore excursion for anyone who loves The Beatles and was inspired by the Carpool karaoke programme in 2018 shown on the James Corden programme the Late Show. Sing along as you are guided in luxury transport for up to 7 guests with hand held microphones as you sing along Karaoke style with your guide. Enjoy strawberrys at Strawberry Fields, see Paul's former schools, outside his childhood home and you'll receive a souvenir key ring along Penny Lane where he signed the famous road sign. This is a top end luxury product, in a fully licensed vehicle with a qualified fun tour guide and Beatles expert. There are other Beatles tours but there's no other Carpool Karaoke tour and this is easily the most fun and your guide will suggest lots of other Beatles themed things you can do during your visit to Liverpool.
Leaving Liverpool three times a week, the tour heads North to the Lake District. In approximately two hours you will arrive in the Lake District. You will visit the medieval village of Hawkshead, famous for its connection with Beatrix Potter and William Wordsworth. You will also travel through some of the beautiful scenery of the Lake District, soaking up the stunning views from several beauty spots along the way. Your Lake District day tour would also not be complete without a cruise on one of the famous lakes. You can sit back and enjoy the views of the lake and the fell ranges beyond before heading back to Liverpool.Children must be 5 years or over.
If you’re a Beatles’ enthusiast, no visit to Liverpool would be complete without exploring the Magical Beatles Museum, home to memorabilia collected by former Beatles drummer, Pete Best. Combine the museum with a walking tour that offers a more intimate glimpse into the band’s early years with this stress-free package.
Getting to and around the Lake District from Liverpool alone means relying on hire cars, or trains and buses. Skip the effort with a day trip that makes everything smooth and easy, and showcases some of the region’s highlights and under-the-radar sights. Explore Ambleside, hike around Blea Tarn, see Castlerigg Stone Circle, and enjoy an optional Lake Windermere cruise (own cost), all without any worries detracting from the scenery.
The North Wales coast and Snowdonia National Park beckon from just outside Chester, but exploring them without a self-drive car is tricky, especially if you only have a day to spare. This tour delivers: whisking you around Snowdonia’s mountains and valleys; and to places such as Conwy Castle and Betws-y-Coed village by comfortable minivan, all with the bonus of a guide for context and history.
Discover the ancient Roman history of the city of Chester, once the largest Roman fortress in Britain, during this walking tour. Follow your guide who is dressed as a Roman soldier and learn about the Roman heritage of Chester as you visit landmarks such as the amphitheater, the city walls, and the Roman gardens.
So you’ve got a full day to explore Manchester? Whether you’re a football fan, keen on getting to know the city that Manchester United call home or you’re just looking to indulge in some northern culture - join one of our hosts who can’t wait to share with you what makes their city so special! Stop for a pub lunch and yes, even a local pint or two, do some street food feasting at a market or visit the Curry Mile; it’s all up to you, we’re just here to make it happen.
Within 24 hours after booking you'll receive a short questionnaire about your personality and interests. Based on your responses, you'll be assigned a like-minded host. Your host will communicate with you directly to suggest an itinerary to help you discover what makes the city unique. You will also agree on a meeting time and place. Your itinerary is flexible, so during the experience, you can always change your mind about what you want to do.
Explore Liverpool's top sights on a comprehensive private guided tour. Personalize your itinerary around your interests and view everything from Beatles locations such as the Cavern Club to the city’s UNESCO-listed waterfront, the Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool Cathedral, Anfield football stadium, and more. Spend up to 7 hours exploring the city with hotel or port pickup and drop-off included.
Discover Manchester with a private guide, and enjoy a tour that’s tailor-made to you. Pick your own departure time, meeting point, and duration, then build an itinerary with a Mancunian guide whose interests match your own. Admission tickets to Manchester attractions are at your own expense, but these can be arranged in advance via your guide.
Exploring the Yorkshire Dales National Park in a day from Manchester means hiring a self-drive car. Save the hassle and cost, and let someone else do the driving so you can concentrate on the scenery on this full-day tour. Visit the spectacular triple-flight Aysgarth Falls, and pass through landscapes of stone-walled emerald pastures punctuated with railway viaducts and quaint villages, all with a driver-guide to put the sights into context.
Knowing the best spots to visit in a new city can be difficult. Make the most of your time in Liverpool with a full day’s private tour, delivered by a local host. Enjoy a personalized itinerary based on your interests and your host’s insights, and discover attractions off the beaten track, hand-picked to suit you.
UNESCO–listed Liverpool is considered among England’s most vibrant cities, but all that sightseeing can be expensive. With this Liverpool Pass, enjoy access to the city’s ferries and open-top busses, and explore and save with ease. See where the Beatles won the crowd at the Cavern Club, and hit top attractions like St John’s Beacon and the Museum of Liverpool. You can use any unused vouchers the following day.
Designed with fans of the hit TV series, Peaky Blinders, in mind, this private 4-hour tour takes you to Liverpool locations used to film the show. Although set in Birmingham, many Peaky Blinders scenes are filmed in Liverpool: visit the homes of characters such as Tommy Shelby, Polly, and Ada, and see top Liverpool attractions such as the National Waterways Museum, all the while listening to insider gossip and trivia. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
Cover more Lake District attractions than you could in a day without a rental car on this tour from Chester. Rather than spending hours researching routes or bus timetables; relax into a minivan and let the sights and scenery come to you without worrying about driving, parking, or missing connections. Visit Tarn Hows, stroll around Hawkshead, enjoy a Lake Coniston cruise, and hear historical background you might never know otherwise.
Manchester is considered England’s music capital, but exploring independently means missing its hidden musical heritage. On this tour, follow in the footsteps of famous Manchester bands like the Buzzcocks, Joy Division, and The Smiths with your guide. Discover iconic locations including the Free Trade Hall, Oldham Street, and Piccadilly Records, stop for refreshments in historic pubs and live music venues, and find out what puts Manchester on Britain’s music map.
Experience Chester, steeped in the rich history of England. As well its unique covered galleries, known as the Rows, and countless other architectural gems, the city possesses the most complete circuit of Roman, Saxon and medieval city walls in Britain. On your way back to the port, enjoy a panoramic tour of Liverpool, viewing the Liver Buildings, Albert Docks and the cultural quarter of the city.
Board with a pilot on a unique flight and share the cost with them. A great way to discover the beautiful landscapes around Blackpool.
Your Wingly pilot will happily share with you their passion for flying and take you on an unforgettable trip to the Fylde Coastlines as well as providing stunning views over the Yorkshire Dales.
Please note that the flight schedule is subject to changes depending on the pilot’s availability.
Wingly is a Flight Sharing platform. This is not a commercial flight but a private flight operated under the European cost sharing rule. We work with the EASA to provide an Allianz insurance on each flight.
Be aware that cost-shared flights don’t have the same safety rules as commercial air transport flights. The risks involved can be higher, as private pilots are not subject to the same level of continuous checks and strict oversight rules from the authority. They still apply safety checks for every flight and are responsible for passengers safety.
This tour takes you to:
◾Lake Windermere views of the largest lake in the lake district, surrounded by panoramic mountain scenery.
◾Kirkstone Pass the Lake District's highest pass that is open to motor traffic.
◾Brothers Water in the Hartsop Valley .
◾Patterdale the village where walkers begin their ascent via the Striding Edge path up to Helvellyn, the third highest peak in the Lake District.
◾Glenridding close to the old Greenside Lead Mine.
◾Ullswater with spectacular views of the second largest lake in the Lake District.
◾Lake Cruise on Ullswater.
◾The Lakes Distillery for a tour of the distillery followed by a tasting session.
◾Thirlmerethe man-made vast reservoir.
◾Dunmail Raise the low-level mountain pass and legendary burial place of King Dunmail.
◾Grasmere one of the smaller lakes of the English Lake District.
◾Rydal Water tranquil and serene with beautiful reflections of Loughrigg fell.