The Two hour Beatles Guided Walk & Cavern Club tour is an excellent way to get to know Liverpool while retracing the footsteps of The Beatles. Starting every day at 10 am, you’ll be joined by an expert guide and walk through the heart of Liverpool for two-hours, tracking down the bread crumb trail of monuments, venues and stories that The Beatles legacy has left behind.
You will start your tour at the new Beatles statues outside the famous Liver building by Liverpool’s picturesque Waterfront. Here you’ll have the chance to take pictures and selfies before moving on towards Albert Dock where you will call in at the Maritime Museum before venturing further into the city.
The tour continues on towards the famous Cavern Club via the Billy Fury, Eleanor Rigby and Cilla Black statues as well as the White Star, the Victorian pub in which The Beatles may have played their first gig. As the tour moves along you’ll enjoy a ‘Magical History Tour’ before you reach the Cavern Club.
World-famous for its part in The Beatles story, the Cavern Club was a thriving hub of music and has been putting bands on its stage for seven decades now. You can still experience live music here too with a regular mix of cover bands, Merseybeat tribute acts and solo artists. Take in the Cavern Club and pick up some souvenirs before your Beatles tour finishes.
Each northern city is said to have a very idiomatic character, Liverpool‘s personality is infectiously energetic and one which is well worth getting to know. Indulge in a bit of fandom, join this two hour Beatles Guided Walk & Cavern Club tour and get to better know the mixing pot of culture which is Liverpool.
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