The Cavern Club - a venue that birthed legends
The Cavern Club is a famous nightclub on Mathew Street, a short way from Liverpool Central train station. Dating back to 1957, the club was a major bastion for the rock ‘n roll scene in Liverpool throughout the 60s. The Beatles famously played several gigs here in their early years. Today, there’s live music every day from the afternoon onwards, and of course, plenty of homage to the Fab Four.
Mosey about Merseyside
Merseyside, the principal county of Liverpool, offers a stylish urban break with a distinct difference. Aside from the resonating elements of Beatlemania, you can experience a wide range of fun and intriguing attractions. Tour Liverpool’s many architectural marvels, explore contemporary cultural centres like the Tate, or learn about the area’s dark past at the International Slavery Museum. With Michelin-star restaurants, great nightlife, and unique businesses like the Camp and Furnace, Merseyside has countless wonderful facets waiting to be discovered.
Raise the unsinkable at Titanic & Liverpool: The Untold Story
Titanic & Liverpool: The Untold Story is a popular and intriguing attraction, presenting new insights into the Titanic’s construction, its ill-fated voyage, and the aftermath. Recent studies help to pick apart the mysteries surrounding one of the biggest maritime tragedies in history, and excellent interactive displays capture the sounds and sights of the Titanic’s first and last voyage.
Planning a trip to The Cavern Club? Travelodge Liverpool Central the Strand Hotel is less than a five minute walk away, as is Travelodge Liverpool Central Hotel.