A world-class Beatles exhibit

designed to entertain and enlighten!

At Fab Four Exhibits, LLC, our goal is simple:  to entertain and enlighten people about the greatest pop music act of all time -- The Beatles! 


By combining historically significant artifacts and mass-produced memorabilia with informative text displays and photographs, we tell the incredible story of the Beatles and their music. Our extensive collection, valued in the millions of dollars, includes some of the most important historic treasures ever amassed by private collectors. Adding to this is one of the largest collections of Beatles toy memorabilia on the planet.


Created and orchestrated by four of the country's top Beatles collectors and experts, our exhibit tells the story of the Beatles, from birth to breakup. But because of the wide scope of our Beatles holdings, our exhibit can be custom-tailored to any theme, milestone or anniversary in Beatles history.  Whether you want 50 pieces or 500, we can create any size exhibit and build any display you desire. We own enough artifacts to change the themes of our displays as occasions dictate. The Beatles' rich history lends itself to numerous milestones on the calendar, so the opportunities to acknowledge and celebrate these events -- both local and national -- are endless.


Our partners have worked with the country's top rock 'n roll museums, including the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, the Experience Music Project in Seattle, the Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum, the Grammy Museum in L.A. ("Ringo: Peace and Love" exhibit) and the former Beatle City museum in Liverpool.


We're currently partnering with the Grammy Museum on a traveling exhibit called Ladies and Gentlemen...The Beatles!, which spent its first three years celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Beatles in America, including the anniversaries of all three North American tours. The exhibit premiered on February 6, 2014 at the New York Library For The Performing Arts in Lincoln Center, New York City, and made stops at seven additional venues, including the LBJ Library in Austin, Texas and both Grammy Museums. The first leg of the exhibit tour ended in April 2017 at the William J. Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas. 


After extending the tour, we winged our way to  Japan, where the exhibit spent three months in Tokyo starting November 18, 2017 and three months in Osaka beginning on February 10, 2018. After we returned to the States, we entertained legions of Beatles fans in Portland, Oregon (2019) and we're scheduled to exhibit in New Jersey in 2020 and in the Chicago area in 2021.  (You can find any new posted updates to the exhibit tour schedule on our web page titled "Grammy Museum Exhibit Info".)


While the four FFE partners are avid fans and collectors, we are also Beatles scholars with an extensive knowledge of the group's history. We don't just display memorabilia. We exhibit our treasures in their proper historic context in a way that both entertains and educates the patron, bringing alive the band's incredible history.





Rubber Soul gold record
Beatles-Little Richard Tower Ballroom program Oct. 1962
Mersey Beat #2 - Beatles Polydor cover Mersey Beat Vol. 1 No. 2  July 20-Aug. 3, 1961  1
Mersey Beat Beatles Sign With EMI Vol. 2 No. 31 Sept. 20-Oct. 4, 1962 top
Butcher KLIF survey
Comic book - Summer Love
Magazine - Whole True Story 16 1966
Cavern card 1963
Cavern club 1962.jpg
Beatles Newsweek cover 1964.jpg
Beatles break-up magazine 1970.jpg
Shea Stadium 1965 concert ticket stub.jpg
I Want To Hold Your Hand record cover.jpg
April 1966 U.S. Fan Club bulletin.jpg
Beatles store displays (flasher rings 1964, diary 1965, Wallet Fold-outs 1964) o
Ed Sullivan Show ticket rejection notice Feb. 16, '64.jpg
Beatles coloring book 1964.JPG
Beatles Flip Your Wig game 1964.JPG
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Beatles brunch box 1965.JPG
Guitar brooch.JPG
Beatles Halloween costume (Paul) 1964.JPG
Beatles shirt 1964.JPG
HELP! movie magazine.jpg
NEMS Epstein letter.jpg
NME Poll Winner's concert programme April 21, 1963.jpg
Allan Williams Beatles business card 1960.jpg
Beatles & John Leyton programme April 25, 1963.jpg
North American tickets - Dallas '64 concert.JPG
My mono butcher 1976.jpg
Tower ticket 1261.JPG
Cavern card 1961.jpg
Edited Image 2014-1-30-1:32:40
Cabana Dallas auto set.jpg
Beatles Grosvenor set list 1960.jpg
Aintree Institute handbill August 1961.jpg
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SET LIST 72dpiemail.jpg
Beatles Lux soap box with blow-up dolls offer 1966-67.JPG
Beatles shirt 1964.JPG
Beatles Nestles Quik can with blow-up dolls offer 1966-67.JPG
Yellow Submarine watercolor set 1968.JPG
Philladelphia concert parking pass 1966.jpg
Beatles Bobbin' Head dolls 1964.JPG
Yellow Submarine plastic model kit 1968.JPG
Beatles wig 1964.JPG
Beatles Kaboodle kit 1964.JPG
Beatles harmonica 1964.JPG
Beatles hat 1964.JPG
Beatles hair bow 1964.JPG
Beatles Airflite box 1964.JPG
Beatles brunch box 1965.JPG
My Bonnie single on Polydor Oct. 1961 (1st version with slow German intro).jpg
Dallas Times Herald.JPG
Cavern club 1962.jpg
Tower ticket 1261.JPG
Beatles 1962 promotional card #1.jpg
Teen Talk magazine 1964.jpg
Beatles Dallas to Houston '65 concert bus pass and ticket.jpg
Gator Bowl ticket '64.jpg
Indy ticket.jpg
16 magazine Complete Story From Birth To Now 1965.jpg
Love Me Do.jpg
Paul Is Dead magazine 1969.jpg
Beatles Colorforms Kit 1966 - touched up.JPG
TIME magazine 1967.jpg
She Loves You record cover.jpg