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It will be 50 years ago next year that The Beatles touched down at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York City, forever changing American music, history and culture..  The Beatles invasion started in North America in February 1964, with two appearances on the Ed Sullivan Show and performances at Carnegie Hall and the Washington Coliseum,, just the start of  the tremendous impact that the Fab Four had on American society.The Beatles followed this up with a US Tour in August 1964, 1965 and 1966.   Also 2014 will be 50 years since Can't Buy Me Love (March 20 1964), A Hard Day's Night (July 10 1964), I Feel Fine (November 27 1964).

The Beatles Story

Located in the Fab Four's hometown of Liverpool, the award-winning Beatles Story is an unforgettable journey into the lives, times and music of the Beatles.

The Beatles‘ historic U.S. debut on ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’ will be saluted with a TV special on its 50th anniversary early next year.

February 7 and July 10 2014 in Liverpool

Join us on a magical history tour and see how four young lads from Liverpool were propelled to the dizzy heights of worldwide fame and fortune to become the greatest band of all time – from their childhoods in Liverpool, to the early days of the band, to world domination and on to their solo careers. Find out how the Fab Four met, go behind the scenes at the famous Abbey Road Studios and take an underwater trip on the Yellow Submarine! You can also go right back to the place where it started, hang out at the Casbah Coffee Club or explore the stunning replica of the Cavern Club. A rolling programme of special exhibitions also means that you can go time and time again and always find something new.

Begin your Beatles adventure in Liverpool, England, where you can explore the modest roots of the Fab Four. Don't miss the Cavern Club's adorable Beatles' tribute band (above), who throw on mop-tops and induce swooning every Saturday night. The world-famous Cavern Club is often the first stop on Beatles fans’ tours of the city and is located in Mathew Street, the centre of the colourful, vibrant Cavern Quarter. Mathew Street is steeped in Beatles history, pubs and shops, making it the perfect place to sample the sights and sounds of Liverpool’s nightlife.

A pleasant, 10-minute walk from The Cavern Quarter lies the,Albert Dock, World Heritage UNESCO site. This beautiful waterfront is home to the famous, multi-award-winningBeatles Story. Travel further afield on the colourful Magical Mystery Tour bus to South Liverpool and have your picture taken next to the iconic Strawberry Fields Gates or enjoy a drink in one of the bars on Penny Lane, places that inspired two of the most famous Beatles songs ever written. Ride the official Magical Mystery Tour. The two-hour bus trip, with frequent stops for photo ops, glides down Penny Lane, past Strawberry Field and the Beatles' childhood homes, offering fascinating facts about the bandmates and their early hits.

Hop aboard the Ferry 'Cross the Mersey, just like those young lads from Liverpool. And don't forget to pop into the brand new Museum of Liverpool, where you can see the bedspread from John and Yoko's famous "bed-in."

Check into the Hard Days Night Hotel, which boasts an extensive Beatles photo gallery along with competing Lennon and McCartney suites.

These activities represent just a fraction of the Beatle offerings you can sample in the city

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