TRIP The Beatles Statue is a larger-than-life-sized monument of one of Liverpool’s greatest ever exports – The Beatles. A fitting tribute to the world’s most famous band, The Beatles Statue is a testament to the band’s lasting popularity.
TAP The Beatles Statue is located at Pier Head and was unveiled in 2015 to commemorate 50 years since the bands last live performance in their hometown. The 1.2 tonne bronze sculpture has been expertly sculptured by Andrew Edwards who managed to accurately capture the likeness of each of the four members of The Beatles.
In a city that has no shortage of excellent attractions for Beatles fans to enjoy, The Beatles Statue now offers visitors the best place to capture that perfect selfie with The Fab Four. We highly recommend all visitors to Liverpool visit The Beatles Statue, as the statue’s dedication stone rightly declares ‘they are synonymous with this city’, a fundamental part of Liverpudlian culture.
GO Visiting The Beatles Statue is free and is open 24/7. The Beatles Statue is easily accessible via the Merseyrail Network (James Street station), but is only a short walk from other attractions located within the Liverpool city centre. Head over to Merseyrail’s official website for timetables, route maps and other useful information. Visit The Beatles official website for all the latest news on the band.