The Beatles Arrive at Wellington Airport in 1964. Photo / Alexander Turnbull Library
No corner of the world was untouched by Beatlemania. The band and their iconic mops swept through New Zealand in 1964. Lennon left minus a clump of hair after being mobbed by women at the Auckland Town Hall.
There are places they’ll remember.
The music of the Fab Four reverberates across the universe. Even in the places they were banned from visiting. From Cuba to Mongolia you’ll find public statues of John, Paul, George and Ringo rocking out.
We’ve strung together a magical mystery tour of Beatle sites for an international pilgrimage.
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