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Situated in the Cavern Quarter at the heart of the city. Liverpool's most famous street not only houses the Cavern Club but numerous references and connections to the "four lads who shook the world" and Liverpool's long musical heritage. There's...more
All reviews cavern club live music bars and clubs john lennon statue famous street white star sgt peppers cilla black grapes pub matthew st cavern quarter great atmosphere beatles fans great night saturday night beatles history great place to visit
This area is where the Cavern Club takes centre stage and a must for all Beatles fans, whether young or old. There are numerous bars offering various types of music etc. Does get very, very busy at nightime. Be careful as there are a few...More
I've been here a few times and it is one of my favorite streets to walk down in Liverpool. Everywhere you look, there's something Beatles related, including restaurants, gift shops, and museums. I love the Cavern Club and the John Lennon statue. At night, lights...More
You cannot go to Liverpool without at least a walk down Mathew Street where it all began, shame the original Cavern club was destroyed. I worked taking photo's of the Liverpool bands back in the 60's so many, many memories
This is where it all started and you will find the new Cavern here and the Cavern pub. Some interesting statues - look out for John. Whole area SAFE at night - vibrant, clean and the natives are friendly. DO NOT MISS!!!!
1964. The Beatles on Ed Sullivan. The beginning of a lifelong love affair. And there I was - walking down Mathew Street, picturing the boys lounging outside the Cavern, picturing their fans becoming more and more rowdy as their fame grew. This is where it...More
As a born and bred scouser I know Liverpool like the back of my hand and regularly visit the city centre which I love as the nightlife scene is second to none, although Mathew Street is a lively and vibrant street it's most definitely aimed...More