Back during my primary school days, The Beatles were creating a storm with their music and hair-do, and I naturally became a fan. So in London, we took the opportunity to check-out the London Beatles Store at Baker street. It is London’s first and only Beatles Shop totally devoted to everything Beatles. It’s open daily from 10am – 6.30pm. You’ll find new and original 60’s Beatles memorabilia, T-shirts, posters, records, mugs, books, plus autographs among others. Depending on what you’re looking for, prices ranges from a couple of pounds right up to a couple of hundreds.
London Beatles Store frontage.
Member of Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club.
T-shirts of everything Beatles.
Abbey Road crossing T-shirts.
T-shirts for children.
More T-shirts designs to choose from.
Racks of mugs and road name stickers.
John Lennon legendary styled glasses for £70.
After browsing the store, we headed to Abbey Road studios where it all started for The Beatles. London Beatles Store provided a pamphlet on how to get there. You can take bus no. 139/189 from Gloucester Place bus stop nearby and it will take you to Abbey Road bus stop right in-front of ‘Abbey Road Shop’ beside the studio. At this shop, you can obtain more Beatles memorabilia. The famous Abbey Road crossing is here too but expect small groups taking pictures while they cross the road imitating how The Beatles did it decades ago.
Pamphlets provided by London Beatles Store. Thanks for showing the way to Abbey Road.
Location of London Beatles Store and Gloucester Place bus stop to get to Abbey Road. Click to enlarge.
The Sherlock Holmes Museum just two doors away from London Beatles Store.
This is the bus stand where we got-off the bus coming from Gloucester Place.
Souvenir shop besides Abbey Road studios.
This isn’t the studio, it’s the souvenir shop.
Beatles related souvenirs.
Fridge magnet in the shop.
Pillows and tote bags.
Abbey Road album, one left.
Abbey Road studios, where it all began.
The famous Abbey Road crossing partially closed for road works.