The Cavern Club is the cradle of British pop music, the place where the Beatles musical identity was formed. Today's Cavern is a thriving live music destination. Showcasing not only the incredible legacy of The Beatles, but also up and coming bands and established artists.
Today’s Cavern is a thriving live music destination and one of Liverpool’s top tourist attractions. The three venues – the Cavern Club, Cavern Live Lounge and the Cavern Pub – showcase not only the incredible legacy of The Beatles, but also new up and coming bands and established artists. Discover…
The cavern club replicates the original venue and contains lots of information about the music scene in the 60s. Across the road from the entrance is a statue of John Lennon and a wall of fame with the names of the bands who played at the cavern, picked out in the brick wall
“The Beatles Story is a museum in Liverpool about the Beatles and their history. It is located on the historical Royal Albert Dock. This award-winning attraction tells the story of four lads from Liverpool who went on to form one of the successful bands in the world. From their small beginnings through to the height of their careers, as well as their solo careers and John and George’s deaths, this is the most comprehensive Beatles exhibition you’ll visit.”
“Liverpool Cathedral is the Church of England Cathedral of the Diocese of Liverpool, built on St James's Mount in Liverpool and is the seat of the Bishop of Liverpool. The largest cathedral in Britain and the fifth largest in the world. Take a stroll around the building and take in the breathtaking architecture and interior !”
“What is it? A museum dedicated to Liverpool’s rich maritime history, appropriately based at Albert Dock. Why go? No visit to Liverpool would be complete without a trip to this ode to the city’s sea-trading legacy – especially since it provides fun for all the family. First, there’s a load of model ships and full-sized vessels to examine, as well as eye-catching maritime paintings and posters, films and even a genuine lifejacket worn by a Titanic survivor. You’ll also find the rather harrowing International Slavery Museum on the third floor and the National Border Force Museum in the basement.”
“Tate Liverpool has been at the Royal Albert Dock for over 30 years and regularly hosts free blockbuster exhibitions. Tate Liverpool was created to display work from the Tate Collection which comprises the national collection of British art from the year 1500 to the present day, and international modern art. The gallery also has a programme of temporary exhibitions.”