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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 and one of Liverpool’s top places to visit. The three venues - the Cavern Club, Cavern...more
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The Cavern is world famous , not only did the Beatles having played there but many other budding pop groups and stars too ! You can really roll back the music years in there, with great staff and service and a wide choice of great...More
This was our second time in Liverpool and we just had to return to the Cavern Club, any time of the day or night this place is packed to the rafters and has such a great atmosphere! Staff are friendly and courteous and they have...More
My husband and I travelled up to Liverpool for our anniversary week and we spent the entire afternoon in The Cavern.
We love the athmosphere! Wonderful staff! Very warmly welcomes tourists. There’s a wheelchair facility which is a top mark for me.
Memorabilias were amazing...More
Cost nothing to go in and drinks very reasonably priced for such a major tourist attraction. I have lived in the area for years and never realised that such a great venue was so close by.
Well worth a visit, especially for Beatle historians. Great atmosphere. I had no idea the stage was so small and cramped. Large display of memrabilia for sale. Would have appresiated a pint of real ale in this day and age.
Went here to see where the Beatles started at. What a quaint and entertaining place. It is totally awesome, down many stairs to some rooms held together with brick arches. Really atmospheric, great guy called Jay Murray playing Beatles songs. He was excellent, especially "Lucy...More