British music brought to life
Over 600 pieces of memorabilia
Pieces from The Beatles, David Bowie and Adele
Interactive experiences throughout
See music told through the ages
September to March: Wednesday to Sunday 10:00am – 5:00pm (last entry at 3:45pm)
Location: British Music Experience Reception - Cunard Building, Liverpool, Merseyside L3 1DS, United Kingdom
Duration: A typical visit is 1.5 to 2 hours but guests are welcome to stay as long as they’d like!
Please note the café closes 30 minutes before closing.
31st October, 24 to 26 and 31 December, 1st January
Tickets include general admission. Audio guides are not included.
Discover the very best of British music through the ages at the fascinating British music experience! Whatever your age, whatever genre you’re into and whoever your favourite artist is – there’s something for everyone to enjoy!
You’ll get the extra special chance of seeing over 600 pieces of memorabilia including outfits worn by musical superstars including Freddie Mercury, Dusty Springfield and the Spice Girls! As if this wasn’t enough, you’ll also get to see some of the most famous musicians of all time’s instruments such as Noel Gallagher and the Sex Pistols guitars.
No one represents current British music more than 100 million record-selling Adele and you’ll have the opportunity to see her handwritten set list from her first tour, alongside original Brit Award statues. You’ll also find the authentic Saville Row Apple Corp front door, made famous by the Beatles. After discovering the many costumes, instruments and other fascinating memorabilia, it will be your chance to be a superstar for the day! Have the opportunity to learn a musical instrument using the best music equipment available in the Gibson Studio– the drum kit awaits! There’s also a vocal booth for you to test your vocal range and a dance studio to dance through decades of British music! At the end of your British Music Experience, you can explore the exclusive variety of gifts, clothing, books and memorabilia and have time to grab a snack at the Star Cafe.
This is a simply unmissable look into British Music through the ages!