- Immerse yourself in Britain’s rich rock and pop history at the electric British Museum Experience in Liverpool’s Cunard Building.
- Featuring stage costumes, instruments and handwritten lyrics from the biggest musical legends as well as multiple interactive performance rooms, this is one museum little rockers won’t want to miss.
From 1945 to the present day, explore 70 years of eccentric costumes, precious instruments and exclusive video footage from the biggest names in British music. Discover impressive memorabilia from your favourite rock and pop artists including Freddie Mercury, David Bowie, the Spice Girls, Adele and many more British icons.
Make the most of BME’s awesome interactive zones, where you can sing, dance and play along to virtual music and movement lessons with your very own Gibson guitars and instruments, personal microphones and step-by-step dance tutorials featuring the most iconic moves from the 20th century.
What to know before you go
- The British Music Experience recommends allowing 75 minutes for your visit.
- Last entry is 75 minutes before the venue closes.
- Tickets include general admission per person and an audio guide that is available in English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Mandarin, Polish and BSL visuals.
- No refunds or exchanges will be available after purchase.
- Child tickets are available for 5 - 15 year olds at a reduced rate.
- Concessions are available for seniors, registered disabled or unemployed visitors and students with a valid ID.
- You will receive an e-ticket upon booking which you are to print out and bring with you on the day or present on a mobile device upon your arrival. You may be asked to queue before entering.
- The British Music Experience is located in Liverpool's Cunard Building.
- There is limited on-street parking, but there are a range of car parks across the Liverpool Waterfront.
- Train stations Liverpool Lime Street, James Street and Moorfields are all connected to the museum via buses to the Liverpool ONE stop.
- You can also take the boat to Mersey Ferry terminal, just opposite the Cunard Building.
Read more about the British Music Experience here.