The London Beatles Store is London's first and only Beatles Shop. It stocks a large range of new and original 60s memorabilia including t-shirts, posters, records, collectibles new and old, plus autographs.
Inside, you can also find out about the many Beatles sites in London, as well as tours and events.
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231-233 Baker Street, Regent's Park, London, NW1 6XE
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The Beatles Store has not too much stuff, but they certainly have a lot. Tons of t-shirts, John Lennon's glasses and the Beatles' autographs (£5,800...)
With other words, this is the store for the ultimate Beatles fan. I like that they seem to change the front side of the shop often, to match the different Beatles albums. The staff is also very helpful and friendly.more
It's alright, I could probably find these items online for the same price I think. But worth a stop by when in the neighborhood.
No VAT under £30.more
I'm sure I've heard of these Beatles gentlemen. Musicians, right? They used to make records, if memory serves. You kids these days with your new-fangled rock and roll. What are we to do with you?
For those who know who the Walrus is, this is for you. The greatest collection of Beatles memorabilia that's all for sale. Whether it's a t-shirt or a poster of the famous Abbey Road cover or even...more
I stumbled upon this store on my way to the Sherlock Holmes Museum (THE famous baker street, hellooo) and it was a pretty neat little shop. They have anything you could ever want related to the Beatles...mugs, shirts, magnets, clothing patches, postcards, mouse pads, etc. And of course they were playing Beatles music in the background! If you're a Beatles fan, this is a pretty cool place to...more
Wandered in here 5 minutes til closing, in somewhat of a fog after a moving experience at Abbey Road.
Situated just outside the St John's Wood Underground station, this teeny, closet of a shop is packet to the brim with Beatlemania gear. I grabbed an Andy Worhol Beatles tote for my sister Victoria D, although it didn't make up for the fact that she, one of the biggest Beatles fans I know,...more