If you're even remotely a Beatles' fan, someone surely sent you a link to Paul McCartney's very charming and emotional appearance on Carpool Karaoke, which saw the music legend returning to his (and the rest of the Beatles') hometown of Liverpool.
If the appearance — or, heck, just your love of the Beatles — has got you clamoring to visit Liverpool yourself, here are some of the Beatles landmarks you won't want to miss:
On July 6, 1957, John and his group, The Quarrymen, performed at a village celebration behind the church. Paul was in the crowd, and met John afterward. After Paul impressed him with his guitar playing and memory for lyrics, John decided to ask him to join the band.
The other reason to visit the church is to go to the St. Peter's graveyard where you can find the gravestone for none other than one Eleanor Rigby.
Famously, the early Beatles played hundreds of concerts there, and though it was sweaty and cramped inside, the line to get in always snaked down the block.
Unfortunately, the original Cavern Club closed in 1973 and was filled in (gah!). The current Cavern Club was recreated across the way from the original, and you can still hear live music there — like this recent concert from Paul himself!
Inside you'll find this photo of John, Paul, George, and pre-Ringo drummer Pete Best drinking in a booth. Next to it, a sign says "This photograph was taken here" and points to the very booth the photo was taken in.
Lots of people — like these guys — have recreated the photo.