Beatles' Childhood Homes Tour (Liverpool) Reviews
Newest Review: ... band's practice they moved to Paul's house where his father was a keen musician so even though the house was smaller they were made to feel more welcome. Back through the hall you passed the front porch where Paul and John would sometimes play as they liked the acoustics in this small space near the front door. Turning you head upstairs to the bedrooms. There are three bedrooms. John's was the smallest in the front of the house and had a few posters on the wall, a single bed and a wardrobe and table. On the bed were a couple of Richmal Crompton's 'William' books and on the table was a copy of Lewis Carol's Jabberwocky, one of John's favouri... more
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by - written on 26/06/10, updated on 27/10/11 (Very useful, 264 readings)
National trust tour of John Lennon's and Paul Mc Cartney's houses, Liverpool We booked our tour on line through the National trust (NT) to go from Speke House just outside Liverpool city. We paid NT fees of £7.90 each as we were NT members and by going from Speke House we parked in their car park and looked around Speke House prior to the tour. If you are not a NT member then you still get free carparking and a chance to visit Speke House as part of the fee you pay for the two Beatles' houses tour which makes it quite good value. Speke House, a Tudor Manor House, is just next to the entrance to John Lennon Airport so it is very convenient as you do not even ... Read the complete review
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