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At the beginning of May 1965, The Beatles were on location for filming the movie "Help!" near
Stonehenge on Salisbury Plains. They arrived in Amesbury on May 2nd, stayed in the
Antrobus hotel, filmed on 3-5 May and left the hotel on May 6th.
The hotel is still there and has a special Beatles room where you can spend the night.

Here are some pictures of the room now and the boys, having breakfast in the hotel around 3-5 May 1965.
You can see the breakfast room on the right picture above, at the point of the red arrow.
Actually The Beatles stayed in 2 rooms, this one and another, the hotel created this 'Beatles Room',
which is decorated with pictures and history!

In 1966, John bought a house for his auntie Mimi, near Poole, on the south coast of England. Mimi lived here until she died in 1991. After her death, Yoko ordered the place to be torn down.
There's a hole in the fence, behind it, there's still an empty spot. (photos taken in 2008).

Beatles International travels throughout Europe and especially to Great Britain to discover interesting sights. On this page you will find Beatles-related photographs, pictures of Beatles-sites or persons related to the Beatles in whatever way! Most of the pictures are homemade. If you have any interesting and/or rare photographs, please send them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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The London Apollo Theatre has become famous because of its stairs on the backside of the building. These are the stairs that were used in the movie "A Hard Day's Night" when the Beatles broke out to get some fresh air. The song "Can't Buy Me Love" started with this shot.
Here's the original pub from A Hard Day's Night.        The Abbey Road crossing, with on the left the 
Above you see Ringo in the scene of the movie.        EMI Studios (white building).
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The building known as the Beatles' former Apple Office on 3         MPL, Paul's office in Soho Square
Savile Row in London. It became famous in the movie "Let It Be"
when it was filmed as The Beatles (Paul first) showed up to start
a new "day at the office", second because on its very roof The
Beatles performed their last live gig ever on a cold midday on
30 January 1969, as seen in the last part of the movie.
Of course there are many more              When you see reports on TV of Paul sitting at and playing
Beatles sites you can visit when              the piano in his studio, well this is the place where it is filmed.
you are in London.                                  A beautiful mill with a big outbuilding in a lovely rural setting.
This is just around the corner from         There will be people who know the exact location.  
Abbey Road: Paul's famous                    The ones who don't, well you just have to find out yourselves.....
"She came in through the bathroom        no we're not gonna tell you, sorry.
window" home in Cavendish Avenue.