London Beatles Store, London

London Beatles Store, London

Located adjacent to the Sherlock Holmes Museum, this is a fun stop for Beatles fans. The shop features a pleasingly spacious interior with a couple of rooms brimming with merchandise, making the offerings at Abbey Road Studios pale in comparison. The assortment spans from posters to apparel, mugs, games, and enamel pins, along with a diverse collection of books.

It's worth noting that the shop's items tend to come with a somewhat steep price tag, although occasional sale items may catch your eye. Moreover, there's a London Beatles store website where online orders can be placed, but a visit to the physical store holds more appeal thanks to the knowledgeable and exceptionally helpful staff. A worthwhile stop for ardent Beatles enthusiasts!

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Sight Name: London Beatles Store
Sight Location: London, England (See walking tours in London)
Sight Type: Shopping
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