|Ladies and Gentlemen...The Beatles!|
|Paul McCartney's jacket from, among other things, the Shea Stadium concert in 1965|
|An original Pepsi radio, as seen in the "First U.S. Visit" film|
There was also a feature where Ringo taught you to play drums like him (as also featured in the Grammy Museum Ringo exhibition).
The exhibition is free, and there was also a free programme to take away.
The library is staging a few events in conjunction with the exhibition. On the day I went, Mark Lewisohn was scheduled for a talk, but I had a flight to catch back home, so I missed out on that.
Tomorrow, Friday the 13th, there a screening of the original 1964 film "What's Happening! The Beatles in the USA" by the Maysles brothers and surviving brother Albert Maysles will be attending. A few other films are also on the agenda in the upcoming weeks, "Give My Regards To Broad Street" is due April 14th, "Imagine:John Lennon" will be shown May 12th, "Good Ol' Freda" is scheduled for May 15th and "Shanghai Surprise" will be shown on June 5th.
You'll have to go sooner than that though, as the exhibition itself is only up until May 10th.