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Famous Beatles Landmarks, Exhibits
and Travel Sites around the world
featuring Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields, The Cavern,
Liverpool John Lennon Airport, LIPA, childhood homes,
John Lennon Peace statue and more
The Beatles officially moved to London in 1963
and would remain there until the group split in 1970.
The Beatles’ Abbey Road album cover shows The Beatles crossing
Abbey Road in front of Abbey Road studios –
now a must-see for any Beatles fan.
View the Abbey Road crossing webcam
The Beatles played in Hamburg, Germany from 1960 to 1962
at various clubs on the Reeperbahn.
They met art student Klaus Voormann as well as young photographers
Astrid Kirchherr and Jurgen Vollmer who would take iconic
early photographs of the group.
Beatles NEW YORK
The Beatles invaded New York on February 7, 1964
and had strong ties to the city ever since.
John Lennon made New York his home from 1971 to 1980.
Sites include The Ed Sullivan Theater, The Plaza Hotel,
The Dakota and Strawberry Fields in Central Park.
Beatles LOS ANGELES
Los Angeles, California is the home of The Beatles US record label, Capitol Records.
The Beatles and solo members, John, Paul, George and Ringo have all
received stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
John Lennon spent much of his ‘Lost Weekend’ in LA.
Beatles LAS VEGAS
The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil has taken Las Vegas by storm!
See pictures from the 2006 premiere and find out info about the show
Learn more about The Beatles LOVE show in Las Vegas
John Lennon statues in Bermuda and Cuba and
the Amsterdam Hilton, site of John and Yoko’s Bed-In for Peace
The Beatles are continuing subjects for museum exhibits around the world.
See photos from exhibits you may have missed.
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