The Beatles Story Part 2

Today I went to the second part of The Beatles Story at Pier Head, here they have The British Invasion, The Beatles Hidden Gallery and Fab 4D. Not quite as good as the exhibition yesterday but interesting nonetheless.
No I didn't try it but you can have a drum lesson with Ringo



Lots of interactive things like that. The Hidden Gallery was good photos of the boys taken during the early days and not seen by the public till 2010 when they were donated to the Beatles Story. They are limited edition prints available for sale, sadly only two of John, but lots of Paul and group shots so no didn't buy one!
Next up was Fab4D which is a movie goes for about 15 mins and brilliant. You get splashed with water, tickled by an octopus and bumped around. Lots of fun too!

After a nice stroll along the waterfront 







I arrived at The Wheel of Liverpool - very impressive,
and The Echo Arena, but there is another Hidden gem here  The European Peace Monument (dedicated to John Lennon).





It was unveiled by Cynthia and Julian on what would have been John's 70th Birthday in 2010.

Had lunch sitting in the sunshine, then off and did a spot of shopping, got a copy of the new Harper Lee book, released today and on sale £5 off already at the shop I got it from. 

On my way home passing the Hard Days Night Hotel this cocktail list caught my eye




Might try one tomorrow night off to dinner now and a early night. Cheers!

Comments

McMahon said…
Are you seeing any Beatle tribute bands there Hevey?
Dinah Jopson said…
Yes tomorrow night -Thursday at the Cavern!
McMahon said…
I'll be interested to hear how they compare with our Aussie Beatle groups.
Oh my, what a fabulous time you've been having. You've captured such great shots too. It's amazing to see!

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