Gentleman’s Club Visit To The Beatles Museum by Brian Stewart

On 22nd November 2012 I went for an enjoyable visit to the Beatles Museum at the Albert Dock with my Gentleman’s Club run by Laura and James. We went down some steps to enter the museum, and once inside we were free to look around at our leisure. There were picture and exhibits charting the history of the Beatles, from their beginnings as the Quarrymen to their final break up, and subsequent solo careers.
Each of the rooms in the museum had a theme related to an aspect of the Beatles or one of their albums. For example there was a replica of Mathew Street and the Cavern Club, a model of a yellow submarine and the white room with the white piano used by John Lennon to perform the song ‘Imagine’.
After we had finished in the museum we sat in the cafe and had a drink and something to eat. After that we went to visit the Beatles 4-D show at the Pier Head. The weather was so horrendous that we had to travel by taxi. The 4-D show was very entertaining. To view it you wore special glasses, and at certain points during the show the seats moved or water was sprayed to enhance the overall performance.
I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to the Beatles museum and the 4-D show and look forward to my next visit with the Gentleman’s Club which will be to the Ice Bar in Liverpool One.

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