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British Music Experience

The British Music Experience, a journey through the history of British music, is housed inside the Cunard Building. It's located opposite the Mersey Ferry terminal and can be reached via the James Street station, on Liverpool's underground link from Lime Street Station.

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Customer reviews

Nov 19, 2018
British Music Experience
Excellent venue although quite a small floorspace covered all decades of music,also a quaint cafe with great views on site and a gift shop,if you buy tickets online you get a free audio tour guide which enchanted my experience
Oct 27, 2018
British Music Experience
If you love music this is the place to go. You can take as much time as you like. Any age group would enjoy this experience.
Sep 30, 2018
British Music Experience
It was certainly different from the the London version of years ago this time round you're encouraged to take photos,in all a great day out and a great experience
Sep 4, 2018
British Music Experience
good facilities plenty to see
Aug 27, 2018
British Music Experience
A very different day out. Informative inventive unique. Great for all ages. Love the dance room and the learn to play area. 2nd visit and I'll go again.
Aug 25, 2018
British Music Experience
Attractive artifact exhibits but the interactive technology involving touchscreens was tired—slow to respond and not very informative. Get some 21st century digital capacity,
Aug 10, 2018
British Music Experience
We really enjoyed the whole experience. Lots of interesting facts.
Jul 19, 2018
British Music Experience
Very good exhibition, lots of memories and the Gibson guitar room where you can play is fabulous.
Jun 30, 2018
British Music Experience
Gibson experience is just unbelievable, the staff are very knowledgeable and approachable, it is an absolute must if you are visiting Liverpool.
Mar 18, 2018
British Music Experience
Very compact but very comprehensive overview of popular music from the 50’s to the present day. Particularly liked the interactive exhibits and the Gibson room at the end. Will definitely return to see one of the many live bands that are scheduled to perform over the coming months. Would certainly recommend this to anyone for whom popular music formed the soundtrack to their lives.