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Few people come to Liverpool without taking a walk along Mathew Street. Considered the birthplace of The Beatles, many visit the street to follow the path once taken by Paul McCartney and John Lennon. Still a thriving live music destination as well as a tourist hotspot, The Cavern Club is a staple…
The Mathew Street is lively, and they have great bars and pubs. The Cavern Club is a favourite. It was in Mathew Street the Beatles were discovered.
Mathew Street is visited by thousands of tourists a year, who visit the Cavern Club and many surrounding attractions including a statue of John Lennon, a Beatles store and several pubs formerly frequented by The Beatles. A wall in Mathew Street is adorned by a sculpture by Arthur Dooley entitled…
good night out, site of original cavern also beatles stuff to see in the daytime
Here is the area where the Cavern is situated and where the world famous Beatles played their first gigs before they were famous. Check out the Cilla Black statue on Mathew Street too. This place is buzzing on a night and I would recommend visiting the Cavern in the afternoon when it is quieter and…
Cobbled stone street, historic centre of nightlife in Liverpool city centre. Plenty of Beatle bars and bars with indie/brit pop copy bands playing live day and night. Recommend Erics bar and Sargent peppers