To celebrate the sons of The Beatles releasing a song together, plus the special anniversaries of A Hard Day's Night and Abbey Road, there is one place in the Hudson Valley that is a must-stop visit for any diehard Beatles fan!

It is a Good Time to Be a Beatles Fan

It is currently a good time to be a Beatles fan! First of all, the sons of two of The Beatles, James McCartney and Sean Ono Lennon, sons of Paul McCartney and John Lennon, have joined together to release their first song together called "Primrose Hill." This year also marks the 50th anniversary for The Beatles album A Hard Day's Night, and the 45th anniversary of Abbey Road. 

Abbey Road was the Final Beatles Album to be Recorded

First issued on 26th September, 1969 Abbey Road was the final Beatles album to be recorded but not their last to be released. Let It Be, though mainly recorded in January, 1969 was finally released in May, 1970 alongside the film of the same name. For the first time on a Beatles album, the front cover contained neither the group's name nor the album title just that iconic photograph taken on the zebra crossing near the entrance to the studios in London NW8 in August 1969.

Visit the Abbey Road of the Hudson Valley

What if I told you that I had the most perfect place for you to celebrate all of these momentous Beatles occasions? Well, just go visit Abbey Road! Believe it or not, there is an Abbey Road in Hyde Park, New York. It's right near the border of Hyde Park and Pleasant Valley. Now mind you, it is a residential road, so don't be a jerk about it.

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You don't want to bother the people living there. But if you don't have the cash to afford a trip over to England, or you're afraid of flying, then visiting Abbey Road here in Hyde Park may be the best thing for you!

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The Beatles: Get Back to Let It Be

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame presents a look at the Beatles' 1969 rehearsals and studio sessions.

Gallery Credit: Matt Wardlaw

Beatles Solo Albums Ranked

Included are albums that still feel like time-stamped baubles and others that have only grown in estimation.

Gallery Credit: Nick DeRiso

The Beatles' Arrest History: Not-So-Fab Brushes With the Law

It all begins with one youthful and possibly accidental case of attempted arson. 

Gallery Credit: Ted Asregadoo