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Liverpool Beatles Tours  Ltd. has been providing personalised Beatles tours in Liverpool since 2004.

We have welcomed fans from all over the world: USA, Canada, South America, Australia, Europe, South Africa and Asia.

Our aim is to give you the tour you deserve.

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Ringo Starr’s Liverpool

On your Liverpool Beatles Tour, we will take you to the Dingle, the birthplace of Richard Starkey, better known as Ringo Starr.

Ringo was the oldest of the Fab Four, having been born on 7th July 1940 at 9, Madryn Street.


9, Madryn Street (left) was a typical working-class home in Liverpool, with 3 bedrooms upstairs and two rooms downstairs - no bathroom or toilet in the house.

The houses were all emptied many years ago with a plan to demolish them, but a successful campaign has meant that it has been saved.

We are waiting for the final plans to be issued to show what they are going to do.

Ringo’s parents divorced when he was about 3 and, when he was about 5 years old, he and his mother moved to 10, Admiral Grove.

Elsie and Ringo lived at 10, Admiral Grove (right) from around 1945, and this remained Ringo’s home until he and his fellow Beatles left for London in 1963.

He had his 21st birthday party here with over 80 guests which, considering it only had 2 bedrooms and 2 rooms downstairs (still no bathroom or toilet in the house) it must have been a squeeze!

You will see both of Ringo’s houses on all of our Beatles tours.