It could be argued that every inch of Liverpool holds some connection to the Beatles, but these are some of our favourites:

The Cavern

The magic of the Beatles lives on at the world famous Cavern Club. As well as various special events, the Cavern rocks every week as local acts recreate the magic of the Mersey Beat era.

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 for yourself the evocative spirit of this legendary venue and experience the unique and powerful Cavern sound performed live on stage every afternoon till late in the evening.

The Beatles played the Cavern Club 292 times, from February 1961 to August 1963, and that legacy is celebrated every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday as Beatles tributes bands, including the Cavern's resident Beatle band, THE CAVERN CLUB BEATLES, take you from those early Cavern days through to Let It Be and beyond.

On Thursdays (from 10pm) and Sundays (from 8.3pm) the shows take place on the iconic front stage. Admission charges apply, but you can buy discounted tickets here

On Saturdays, the show takes place theatre style in the Cavern Live Lounge, the very stage that Sir Paul McCartney played on his return to this historic venue in 1999.  Seating is unreserved and pre–booking strongly recommended. Doors open at 9pm, with the show starting at 9.30pm.

Tickets are £15 and can be reserved by clicking here

Every weekend, the Shakers keep it beat with Swingin' Saturday at 3.30pm, and the legendary Shakin' Sunday at 5.30pm the following day. The Shakers perform the early songs of the Beatles, as well as the hits of many of the Mersey Beat bands.

For more info, see Shakers' Facebook page: The Shakers

For more information on the "most famous club in the world", visit the Cavern Website by clicking here

The Beatles Story:

The Albert Dock and Pier Head

Be transported on an incredible journey and see how four young lads from Liverpool were propelled to the dizzy heights of fame and fortune from their humble childhood beginnings.

Replicas of the Casbah, Mathew Street and The Cavern authentically capture the early 60's, allowing you to personally experience the very places that helped make The Beatles the biggest band in the world.

Hear the story unfold through our ‘Living History’ audio guides which is available in ten different languages. All this and much more - is waiting to take you down…to The Beatles Story.

For more information, including details of how to buy tickets, visit the Beatles Story website: or Facebook page

The Beatles Story Special Exhibition:

Elvis and Us

The Beatles Story, Pier Head
A globally significant exhibition exploring how Elvis inspired the Beatles

Elvis and US explores how the King of Rock 'n' Roll inspired the Beatles. Featuring rare and exclusive artifacts, many of which have never been exhibited publicly, this multimedia experience explores the links and parallel lives of the world's biggest pop icons.

Hear personal accounts from Priscilla Presley, Pete Best, the Quarrmen, Tony Barrow, Joe Flannery and Chris Hutchins, and see the Fender bass guitar that 'broke the ice' when the Beatles met Elvis, and the pool table that kept Ringo amused as the others jammed.

Opening Times:
- Summer Season: 9am to 7pm (last admission 6pm)
- Winter Season: 10am to 6pm (last admission 5pm)

For more information visit or

The Hard Day's Night Hotel

Recently voted Liverpool's hotel of the year, The Hard Day's Night Hotel is the perfect place for Beatles fans to stay when in Liverpool!

A 'Fab Four' star Liverpool hotel: Hard Days Night Hotel is the world's only Beatles inspired hotel, combining the highest quality facilities in a truly unique environment. Located at the heart of Liverpool's 'Beatles Quarter' offering luxurious accommodation and exclusive event space with a twist. Housed in the magnificent Grade II listed Central Buildings, dating back to 1884, the beautifully restored hotel is steeped in history.

All 110 rooms are individually designed around the contours of the original building and elegantly furnished with specially commissioned Beatles-inspired artwork adorning the walls.

The hotel's restaurant, Blake's, named after the celebrated Sergeant Pepper album cover and artist Sir Peter Blake, serves up a range of classic British dishes along with home cooked favourites. Bar Four offers guests a high-end destination cocktail bar, open to all who enjoy that little extra.

Sitting adjacent to the world famous Cavern Club where the Beatles rose to fame, and an array of the city's famous Beatles landmarks, the hotel not only offers the perfect getaway for visitors, but is much loved by art lovers, music lovers, and food lovers alike.

For more information on The Hard Day's Night hotel, including details of how to book, visit the website:

Don't forget to check out the fabulous packages on offer too:

Lush Spa Liverpool

The newest treatment offered by Lush Spa Liverpool was inspired by the Hard Day's Night hotel. Spend an hour being pampered as you listen to Simon Emmerson and Simon Richmond's fabulous arrangements of classic Beatles songs.

This is the ultimate in luxury for Beatles fans, and not to be missed!

For our review of the treatment click HERE

For more information, and for details of how to book, telephone Lush Spa Liverpool on 0151 236 6952 or
visit the Lush Spa Liverpool website by clicking HERE

1 comment:

  1. Brian Epstein Birthplace plaque in Liverpool. Hope Brian makes to the cover of a Beatles fan magazine!
    About this project
    BRIAN EPSTEIN (19 September 1934 – 27 August 1967)

    On September 19, 1934 Brian Samuel Epstein was born at 4 Rodney Street, Liverpool.

    Brian Epstein for many fans was a visionary, he had a vision for four lads from Liverpool as well as many other musicians at the time; Cilla, Gerry and the Pacemakers, Fourmost, Bill J Kramer and the Dakotas and many more.

    Around the city of Liverpool and the world there are accolades to these musicians but there has never been an official plaque for Brian in the City of Liverpool. We recognised that there should be something out of respect. Brian's image was key, and that is the image he sold to the world for The Beatles. The Beatles' early success has been attributed to Epstein's management style, business and organisation skills and the band trusted him without hesitation.

    We are a group of friends who are made up of Beatles Tour guides, Historians and Authors who have been led and driven by Marie Darwin who has selflessly worked hard to get the support from John Moores University and Liverpool City Council to gain planning persmission, and designed a plaque which will will be firmly fixed to 4 Rodney Street, for all fans, tourist and the people of Liverpool to see.

    On the 22nd of Feb 2015, at 2pm we are unveiling the plaque on the birthplace of Brian Epstein the Beatles manager to commerate what would have been his 80th year. We are asking fans and friends for donations towards the cost of the plaque.

    Apart from knowing your contribution has made this possible you will be sent a personal 'thank you'.

    Risks and challenges
    We are not anticipating any delays, planning permission has been granted by authorities and plaque will be positioned.

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