Open to the public on Thursday 9th March 2017.
Tickets now on sale. We recommend buying tickets in advance in order to guarantee entry in our busy opening period.
|Ticket Type||Tariff||Tariff with Gift Aid donation|
|Child (15 and under)||£11.00||£12.10|
Book tickets online in advance to guarantee an interactive guide.
Groups of 15 and over must book in advance to receive a reduction. For more information head over to our Group Booking’s page.
Tickets for the British Music Experience are sold in timeslots of 15 minutes. We recommend that you purchase your tickets in advance for your preferred timeslot to avoid disappointment, especially around our opening and also high season. Please note that last admission is 90 minutes before closing time.
The British Music Experience Trust is a not-for-profit charity (charity registration 1125752). Your Gift Aid admission price includes a voluntary donation of 10%, provided you have paid enough UK Income or Capital Gains Tax (to cover all of your Gift Aid donations in this tax year), the British Music Experience is able to reclaim tax on the whole amount you have paid – that’s 25p on every £1. This extra money enables us to advance the education and appreciation of the art, history and science of music in Britain.
This means we get an extra 25p for every £1 you spend at no extra cost to you.
To enquire about educational visits, workshops and masterclasses please contact email@example.com
The British Music Experience is available to hire for events. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
There are several secure car parks around the area within very easy walking distance, specifically at Liverpool One and the Albert Dock. Parking charges apply.
A coach drop off point and parking is available for all pre-booked groups. Make a group booking here.
There are bicycle parking facilities outside the building and on the waterfront.
How to get here
We are situated in the iconic Cunard Building on Liverpool’s Waterfront. The middle of ‘The Three Graces’, we are using The Pierhead entrance to the building bringing you in to our exhibition space which was originally the first class passenger lounge of the famous Cunard Line’s headquarters.
Follow signs to The Waterfront, Albert Dock, Mersey Ferries. Several parking options around Albert Dock and Liverpool One. The Cunard Building is situated next to The Liver Building on the Waterfront. Entrance at the front of the building (river/Pierhead side).
Public Transport Directions
James Street station on Liverpool's underground link from Lime Street Station is just over the road from us. We are also situated opposite the Mersey Ferry terminal.
Choose from a variety of sandwiches, snacks and cakes from our Playback Café, along with a full Barista range.
Our Merch Stand offers an exclusive range of clothing, gifts and unique memorabilia, alongside a vast array of licensed souvenirs from a wide selection of favoured British bands and artists.
Hand-held interactive guides are available upon arrival, subject to availability. To guarantee an interactive guide for your visit, please book your tickets online in advance.
The interactive guide is designed to enhance your visit by offering additional information to support our artefacts and exhibits. The guides are available in English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Mandarin, Polish, plus we are currently tailoring our guide to meet the needs of the visually impaired and also to include state-of-the-art British Sign Language visuals.
Access at the British Music Experience
It is the British Music Experience’s aim that all of our visitors’ access requirements are fully met. Further details in regards to accessibility at the British Music Experience will be up on site in due course, but if you have any queries in the meantime, please contact us at email@example.com.