Liverpool Legends member Marty Scott, who portrays George Harrison, said they are shooting to have the museum, which will be inside the Starlite Theatre on 76 Country Boulevard, open by the time the spring season begins in March, but said they could open it as early as this fall if all goes well.
"We've got this giant theater with this giant atrium, so why not do this," Scott
"We thought it'd be a great thing to display it to the world," Scott
"I think there is stuff that might attract people who have never come to Branson."
said the museum will be very rare.
There are no Beatles museums in the U.S. and only one anywhere in the world - located in Liverpool, England - called The Beatles Story.
said, it isn't really a museum.
"We have more stuff than that," he
Rare items which could be going on display, Scott
said, would include hand written letters and postcards from George Harrison.
also said Louise Harrison has several early letters from radio stations that were kind of "rejection letters" explaining the stations weren't interested in the Beatles and their music.
Branson "was the perfect place" for Liverpool Legends
to settle down in because "there are more shows here than anywhere else in the world," Scott
has been performing in Branson since 2006.