The famous bar on Matthew Street, where the legendary band The Beatles performed. In the 70s. it went to demolition by decision of the city authorities, but then they came to their senses and built everything brick by brick again. The club’s bar, as before, serves excellent ale and young rock musicians. The walls of the institution are glued with photographs of the “Liverpool Four,” some personal belongings of the band’s members are stored here as museum exhibits.
10 Mathew Street, Liverpool
+44 151 236 9091
The Cavern Club in Liverpool is a must-see for any Beatles fan. It's the place where the Fab Four played hundreds of gigs in their early career, and it still retains its intimate and atmospheric vibe today.
Admission is £5, and you'l.. Read more »l need to pay this once, even if you want to visit multiple venues under the Cavern Club umbrella (including the Cavern Pub and the Cavern Live Lounge).
Once you've paid your entrance fee, you'll descend two flights of stairs to find yourself in a bustling hive of activity. There are multiple pubs, plenty of sitting areas, and decorations everywhere to remind you of the Cavern's rich musical history.
There's always live music playing, and the atmosphere is electric. Whether you're a fan of Beatles covers or just want to soak up the atmosphere, you're sure to have a great time.
Here are some of the pros and cons of the Cavern Club:
* Intimate and atmospheric venue
* Live music every day
* Plenty of sitting areas
* Rich musical history
* Beatles fans will love it
* Admission fee
* Can be crowded, especially on weekends
* Drinks can be expensive
Overall, the Cavern Club is a great place to visit for any Beatles fan or anyone who loves live music. It's a unique and atmospheric venue with a lot to offer.
I would recommend visiting on a weekday if possible, as it can be very crowded on weekends. It's also worth checking the website in advance to see who's playing, as there are often some great tribute bands performing.
Absolutely phenomenal I had no idea it was this iconic it was one and just the Beatles queen The Kinks, Yardbirds, Gerry, and the pacemakers moody, blues, Elton John, David Bowie, John Lennon with Yoko Ono. The list is phenomenal who started there if.. Read more » anybody is in Liverpool, go to Matthew Street it is well worth it but go on a Monday Tuesday and only pay £5 to get in. If you go on a weekend it’ll cost you £20 per person.
Alcyone Dreams Spiritual
A MUST visit during your stay in Liverpool.
We did the MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR then went in at the end. You get a free gift and discounts to eat/drink at the Cavern pub and restaurant.
So much memorabilia there, really cool. Great LIVE acts constantly.. Read more » on both stages. An absolutely brilliant tour by TONY and the Club afterwards finishes off the Beatles tour nicely!
Visited on a Friday afternoon and purchased the all-day return pass for £7.50/person. Stayed for about an hour - enjoyed a couple drinks and some live music. It was not crowded yet, so we were able to walk around and read/look at all the memora.. Read more »bilia.
Returned later in the evening after dinner - it was very crowded, but we were able to maneuver our way toward the front with good visibility.
Sound is quite loud, and atmosphere and history makes for a very special experience. Would highly recommend for any music or Beatles lover.
What can I say about the iconic Cavern Club that's not been said already!
Well worth a visit for any Beatles and Paul McCartney fan. We saw the Paul McCartney/Wings tribute band - Pure McCartney and were not disappointed. We had hoped to see t.. Read more »he Beatles tribute band the previous night but it was sold out - early booking is recommended.
After the main tribute band finished there was still a Led Zeppelin act which was good although the the repertoire was not limited to Zeppelin songs. It was a bit surreal watching "Robert Plant" singing Status Quo and ABBA songs! 😅
The club is also full of interesting music memorabilia and not confined to the Beatles.
What is there to say. If you know the history you know the place. Fantastic music, good beer and great atmosphere. So much memorabilia on the walls to take in. Absolutely brilliant. The only thing I will say is I was surprised to see a bloke flogging.. Read more » sprays of aftershave in the toilet. I didn't think it was that kind of place.
Other than that, fantastic venue rich in history 👍🏼
Wonderful night out. Support man Craig was OUTSTANDING and the band was simply amazing. A must see if you are in the area...
I had one of the best evenings here. The music was fabulous and the ticket at the door was £5. Best fiver I spent in awhile. I would go again and would recommend the venue to anyone. A must visit in Liverpool.
An awesome night. Make sure you take your singing voice. 🎶🎤 😀 Attended with a person with additional needs. The staff could not have done more to make them feel welcome.
To any Beatles fan or anyone that enjoys the history of the Beatles and the music scene in Liverpool this is a stop you should make. The memorable events that took place here and the memorabilia on display are worth a visit. Live music happening a lo.. Read more »t here so you can step back in time and experience the cavern club music scene.
The £5 entrance fee is one of the best you'll ever pay in your life. The fee guarantees you with an absurd amount of artists, good music and great vibes. People here come to really have a good time and experience a piece of musical and loc.. Read more »ally history. It's a constant wow. You can get a mystical encounter if you're lucky. Make sure to connect to the WiFi asap since there's no phone coverage here being 2 stories underground.
What a place! This club has been opened in 1957. After several years it became the most famous music club for all time. The Beatles has performed her for 292 times here. It was closed and renewed and now it’s very similar to what was there in 6.. Read more »0s. Artists perform there all day, singing their songs or covering the Beatles. Everything sounds here. There is a museum and also a great feeling that thousands groups performed here. The Rolling Stones, Queen, Thin Lizzy, The Who, Elton John and many other bands you definitely know. It’s dark and stuffy, but it’s all about the atmosphere. It was much worse in 60s. The entrance is £5 and it such a small price for the atmosphere and limitless performances.
Spent an afternoon in the Cavern Club which is easily done.
Thoroughly enjoyed the experience as their was good music and the ambiance brill, the beers going down a treat.
Great to go into and good photo opportunity’s to be had.
Theirs various .. Read more »memorabilia of the Beatles to be seen in the club and photos etc.
If your coming to Liverpool this is a must so make some time and pop in and enjoy.
Went for the Beatles show and the group were on point. Entertaining and had the mannerisms, vocals and image nailed. Busy busy place. You'll do well to get one of the unassigned seats. Prices reasonable for the area and what it is. Bits of memor.. Read more »abilia on show. Bar staff were pretty efficient at getting people served.
I just popped in as I was in Liverpool. Wasn't expecting much. What a surprise! Saw two great singers on the two stages and had a look at all the memorabilia etc. Spent much longer than expected - had to buy a second drink! Would highly recommen.. Read more »d.
Linh Doan (thatglobetrott
I left part of my soul in Liverpool, especially at The Cavern club, the most famous club in the world.
What a perfect place to spend a lovely Saturday evening for Rock n Roll fan in Liverpool.
The Beatles performed here almost 300 times in their earl.. Read more »y years, I even could find Queen’s guitar here ??
This is a must visit when you go to Liverpool! Don't be confused by the Cavern Pub (also on Matthew Street). It's £5 entry on the door (no need to book). There wasn't a queue when we went so could get straight in. It's so at.. Read more »mospheric and there are great live bands on. The staff are all friendly and helpful and the clientele are much the same. Great atmosphere. Great history.
Cavern Club is a great place for live music, if you're into that sort of thing. I went there on a Friday night and the place was jam packed. There was so much excitement and energy in the air, you could cut it with a knife. There was live music .. Read more »and an intimate environment. Everyone was just drinking, hanging out and having a great time. I would definitely go back.
This was always on my and my wife's bucket list to do, but life , as always stops you doing things to its to late.
When Charlie played two off my wife's favourite love songs he made me cry in a good way, she would have loved it here as I ha.. Read more »ve. Amazing place Steeped in history and long may it continue xx
If you're nostalgic about the music of the sixties or just want a great night out somewhere completely unique in Liverpool then give it a whirl..
A trip to the live lounge to watch the Beatles history show was an amazing insight to how the band .. Read more »performed and the guys certainly didn't disappoint, a fantastic evening of singing along to all their hits is a must for any fan.
Must see place for the Beatles fans. Very atmospheric street with extra ordinary club's interior. Music is being played live every day. Fine place to grab a drink and spend evening there listening the music from the 60's and 70's.
If y.. Read more »ou have purchased the ticket with the Magical mystery tour then the entrance to the club is for free. Highly recommended.
The world famous Cavern Club! What can be said about this place that has not been written already?!
It’s a great place to go day and night, always a live act on throughout the entire day. It is the best place to go in Liverpool, fantastic atm.. Read more »osphere and a brilliant vibe.
It costs £5 per person to get it and worth every penny. The drinks are all well priced, I thought it would be really expensive for a beer but it’s actually one of the cheaper places to drink in Liverpool.
Open late at the weekend and shuts at midnight from Monday to Wednesday.
Loads of souvenirs to pick up too. It’s a must visit!!
Absolutely iconic Cavern Club birth place of the infamous.. The Beatles and many more bands and performers..
What a fantastic atmosphere and upbeat club.. Full of rock and pop memorabilia
Live band playing every night so what could be better in one o.. Read more »f the most famous clubs in the world..
Upon entry you have to pay a £5 charge for entering or book on-line.. Don't think that online booking is available at the moment but you can just pay at the door
But be aware if its busy you may have to wait to gain entry but worth the wait and the fee..
Obviously if you are respectful enough then the staff are friendly and polite..
Inside everybody seemed to be having a good night...
The beer prices were average and you could also purchase a memento of your visit.. On display in a glass case..
Must mention that if you have difficulty with mobility then you may have a problem because you have to go down some stairs to the cavern..
The toilet is attented and the guy will make sure your looking and smelling good before you leave..
Yes thoroughly enjoyed the night and highly recommend a visit..
I am a big Beatles fan so my whole reasoning for going to Liverpool was this club and it "didn't let me down". I just hung out drinking beer eating in this dark dank dive bar with tons of people wanting to be apart of the Beatles memor.. Read more »y, if you bring a sharpe you can sign the wall which a really interesting tradition. The Beatles cover band that played was excellent and really got the crowd into their performance, have fun in this amazing bit of history but remember to bring an umbrella because Liverpool for me was like somebody turning on the faucet and forgetting to turn it off.
Had the pleasure of attending the Cavern Club back on a Saturday in October to see the Cavern Club Beatles! WOW what a show, the boys are absolutely AMAZING. The whole show was flawless and so so enjoyable. Getting drinks from the bar was very easy a.. Read more »nd no queues. If you want a seat get there early. But I was happy to stand and get the toes tapping. For £20 this was VERY worthwhile. If I had paid £50 I would have felt it was still value for money! Amazing night - will definitely “Get Back” at some point ?
I had an absolutely fantastic time. This place is of course, absolutely iconic and famous in Liverpool because of its connection to the Beatles and other well known acts. When we went in, I was pleasantly surprised by the cheap entry and the cheap dr.. Read more »inks. The walls are festooned with endless memorabilia, from the Beatles, all the way to the Arctic Monkeys and Adele. It was truly eye opening and amazing. We also had the pleasure of watching some truly excellent live music, and songs by the Beatles, and Elton John (amongst others) were played brilliantly. I would absolutely come back - this place was a treat!
Visited on a Wednesday after at about 4:30pm. As a family of five with young children we were made to feel very welcome. Numbers were controlled to prevent crowding inside. Wonderful historic venue. Two stages with multiple artists throughout the day.. Read more ». The Live Lounge being the most spacious of the two. Drink prices were very reasonable. Food is also served but we'd already eaten. A great experience and a part of history.
What can I say. A great venue with extremely helpful and obliging staff. I was personally escorted in My electric wheelchair to an accessible entrance and pay respect to the professional door staff to the bar staff and staff that helped Me to access .. Read more »toilet facilities with personal service to maintain My dignity. It was a great atmosphere, clean and great entertainment. Well deserved 5 Stars and a fantastic venue. Don't miss out if You're staying in Liverpool. A Huge Thank You to such friendly and accommodating people.
Had a fantastic night in the cavern club making our way through the cocktails menu. They were all lovely but we especially liked Maccas cocktail. Music was brilliant and we spent the night dancing by the stage. Loved the photos of everyone visiting a.. Read more »nd it was nice to see a huge variety of names. I would have liked to try the food but by the time we arrived all of the tables were taken.
Dark and crowded, and most definitely not on the site of the original Cavern Club, this place shouldn’t work, but it does. There are two stages, with live music throughout the day. In the evenings, a Beatles tribute band plays, but evenings are.. Read more » over-18s only so we had to ship out with our younger teen before the band played. But the artists who were playing in the day were fantastic and it was great fun to sing along to some Beatles classics. Only £5 to enter and well worth it.
Honestly, if your a music lover you will not be disappointed. Your sitting in history and what history it is. The warm up act was effortless and could have sung anything, he's certainly been missed out by a record Company with vision. The beatle.. Read more »s, what can I say... ??? Incredible.
What a wonderful experience. Spent a good couple of hours listing to live music and looking at the memorabilia. Staff were pleasant. Well worth a visit. It only costs a fiver to get in and relive a piece of history.
Absolutely excellent and high energy experience. Everyone there was great from the doormen to welcome you (such a great laugh) to the performers who were real professionals. My family including my teenage daughter really loved it. A truly wonderful e.. Read more »xperience for her to listen to live music. She was wide eyed and mouth open at all that was going on around her.
For a five pound fee to get in this was truly worth going. For the miserable amongst you please remember five pound tickets are nothing to keep this place going especially with the Covid that have wiped out a lot of places. We will all be back very soon for another great time. Might be worth booking a hotel for the night as my family wanted to stay a lot longer.
Many thanks to all that work there.
Absolute fantastic experience. Great service. Table service and masks was worn by all staff.
Great entertainment Absolutely 1st class 100% recommendation from me
£5 to get in, deeper underground than you'd imagine but a great, relaxed and fun atmosphere.
Nostalgic, vibrant and very cool. Must see if you're visiting Liverpool for a day as we were (not even a Beatles fan).
Absolutely loved our visit to the cavern club. Great atmosphere, live music and speedy bar service. The walls are adorned with memorabilia from the bands over the years who were lucky enough to play at the Cavern (in its any different guises) whic.. Read more »h is a must for any music fan!!
Loved it, only got to stay for an hour because they were closing but had a fab time the place feels so full of memories and good times. Great live shows on both stages. Can't wait to go back one day ?
Spent a good couple of hours looking at the memorabilia and listening to live music. Good level of cheerful, pleasant staff. Well worth a visit.
Don't listen to Alan Neil below me in the comments, he does not know what he is talking about, the club wasn't "knocked down" it was filled in, the buildings on street level were bulldozed and made into a car park. In the 80s the .. Read more »underground was excavated, the original bricks refried and reused and the entrance and exits swapped around, it's still on the same site in Matthew Street. Enjoy, don't listen to people who don't know what they are talking about, proof? Go to room 2 look at the side of the bar and you can still see part of the original stage! So how can the cavern not be on the same space? It is, be assured you are more or less in the same place floor space wise to the original cavern. Enjoy
Been there, done that, got the t-shirt. Great venue for live music with a fantastic atmosphere. Booze is fairly priced too. Very busy at times but worth the trip to liverpool just to go here.
A good substitute for the original club demolished by the council in 1973 in spite of the protests by the fans at the time. If you want to see what the original club looked and felt like inside, go to the The Beatles Story History Museum where there.. Read more » is a reconstruction of it, apparently built with some of the original bricks. You can still see the original entrance to the club on Mathew Street.
During our Liverpool visit..The Cavern became our primary hang out.. a great mix of age groups, fun music and fair priced drinks.
Obviously driven by tourism .. However, that’s not a negative .. that why we were there.
A real plus was meeting.. Read more » others from various international communities
This is the boomer capitol of the world. Prepare to be surrounded by tipsy 60+ individuals singing along with the very talented local musicians.
That being said, the drinks are fairly priced (from my recollection) and it's an undeniable pilgrim.. Read more »age location for any fan of the Beatles or popular music in general. A good 30 minute stop, but no need to linger.
Too crowdy and hot, but I've been there and this is the most important. Kids free.
There are some cabinets with guitars and other relics to see.
You can buy merchandise, t-shirts, etc, or just have a drink.
That's where it all started, you .. Read more »have to be there at least once.
Fantastic place and definitely not to be missed if you are in the area. Such a good vibe and such amazing history to it as well. Can't wait to come back!
Always preffered the Stones, but appreciate the significance of this place. Was slightly underwhelmed and can,t really explain why.Was also surprised at how small the Stage is .There is some very good memorabilia to look at though. Pleased to have vi.. Read more »sited such a famous musical landmark.I am biased because I have family there but I love Liverpudlians and their famous sense of humour.The Cavern Club, and a Ferry trip across the Mersey are both things to experience if your in this wonderful, friendly City...(I am a fan of early Beatles music, and John and especially George's solo work,)-"What is Life" and"My Sweet Lord".just WOW!!.But Paul."The Frog Chorus"???.Honestly!!What was that all about!!!?.What had he been smoking!!..And George..to me he looked and acted like a representative of the Lord Himself..A man of true Spititual Beauty and of Calm and Peace...and what a songwriter.The Lord blessed George and George blessed us music fans He also wrote" While My Guitar Gently Weeps", so overall a very gifted songwriter..
One of my most favorite places to be in he UK. Fantastic venue. A true piece of musical history. Great bands flock her every single day.
A cool place with British music history surrounding you. £5 entry fee (after 5pm) and continual live music between two stages. There's lots of Beatles and music memorabilia on display and a gift shop. A 'must visit' if you'r.. Read more »e in Liverpool.
Been there, done that, got the t-shirt.
Worth the trip to liverpool just to do so.
Didn't go in (partly due to the current pandemic) but still a must visit for any music lover visiting Liverpool - great photo opportunity !
Turist place to imagine how was to be in front of Bettles in their pub in those crazy days
Dream come true to see the famous (if not original) Cavern Club! So disappointed that it was closed when we visited but understandable (due to Covid-19). Understand it reopened on 27th August. Can't wait to visit again and actually get inside.. Read more »!
We had our first tour of the Cavern Club yesterday & it really was amazing to see. Although the club is still in lockdown until Thursday it was great to see. We had delicious food at the Cavern Restaurant first, then headed on the tour with Dale... Read more » He was full of information, facts & especially humour. Can't wait to go back & see the club in action with live music. Would highly recommend anyone who visits Liverpool take the tour ???