Beatles Liverpool Walking Tour
Availability: Daily (see calendar)
Ages: All Ages
Duration: 1 ½ hours
Tour Type: Public and Private Tour
Starting Location: The Titanic Memorial, St Nicholas Pl, Canada Blvd
End Location: The Titanic Memorial, St Nicholas Pl, Canada Blvd
Beatles Liverpool Walking Tour
Join us on this 1 ½ hour Beatles tour Liverpool. You will explore some of the special places in Liverpool that the Beatles were emotionally connected to and frequented on their path to global fame in the 1960's on this Liverpool Beatles walking tour.
The locations visited on this tour are all in the central city, so the walking is easy and gently paced. Highlights include walking down Mathew Street where the world-famous Cavern Club is situated and opportunities to have selfies with John Lennon and Cilla Black by their statues. Of course, one of the best parts of this street is Cavern Wall of Fame where you might spot your favourite band or artist on one of the inscribed bricks. You will also stumble across Eleanor Rigby on this stroll along the streets that gave rise to the Beatles and The Mersey Beat era.
- Guided tour with local knowledgeable Beatles tourist guide
- Small group walking tour with no more than 20 guests
- Easy, gently paced Beatles walking tour
- Walk down world-famous Matthew Street, home to the Cavern Club
- Fantastic selfie opportunities at iconic Beatles sites across the city center
- Convenient tour starting point by the waterfront and Liverpool Cruise Terminal
- End by the Liverpool Waterfront, conveniently located to visit attractions, pubs, and restaurants by the river
Your Beatles Liverpool Walking Tour begins at the Titanic memorial by the famous waterfront of Liverpool. Here you will meet your local Beatles Guide. On the tour you will visit the following attractions:
- Beatles Statues – A statue of the Fab 4 strolling out towards the River Mersey. This Fab 4 ensemble was erected in 2015 and celebrates the 50th anniversary of when the Beatles last performed in Liverpool. They then headed off to conquer America and lead the British invasion over the pond!
- Waterfront / Royal Albert Dock (Beatles Story)
- European Peace Monument
- Brian Epstein statue
- Mathew Street – you will take a leisurely stroll down Mathew Street where the legendary Cavern Club is situated. The Beatles played here 292 times in the 1960s. The street is pedestrianised today so our guide will help you to enjoy this magic place with its many Beatles associations and attractions, including statues to John Lennon and Cilla Black and the iconic Cavern Wall of Fame and the 4 Lads Who Shook The World sculpture
- Eleanor Rigby Statue – One of the Beatle’s most iconic songs. Eleanor Rigby is still an enigmatic figure in the annals of Beatles folklore – learn why and have a selfie beside Eleanor Rigby.
- Hard Days Night Hotel
- Liverpool Town Hall – This elegant Georgian building stands elegantly at the top of Castle Street. In 1964 the city council passed the resolution that confirmed the honor of Freeman of the City on the Beatles. If you are lucky we will be invited inside to see their names inscribed on the list of Honorary Freeman in the Entrance Hall.
Your tour ends back at Liverpool’s world-famous waterfront. Centred around the Pier Head you will find one of the city’s most photographed attractions.
- 1 ½ hour walking tour of Liverpool’s central city Beatles highlights
- Knowledgeable, approachable & fun tourist guide
- Convenient tour starting point close to the waterfront and Liverpool Cruise Terminal
- End by the Liverpool Waterfront, conveniently located to visit attractions, pubs and restaurants by the river
- Entry fees
What To Bring
- Comfortable shoes for a leisurely walking tour
Good To Know
- Accessibility: The route follows largely flat terrain but in parts there are differing levels and some cobbles to traverse. Parts of the route are pedestrianised (some, though, involves crossing roads which are controlled by traffic lights).
- Note: tour does not go inside the Cavern Club (also: no other entrances included in tour)
- English language tour
Is the tour wheelchair accessible?
- The tour is not suitable for a wheelchair due to the pavements and uneven surfaces on the route. British Sign Language is not provided on the tour.
Do children need to be accompanied?
- All people under 18 (i.e. 17 years old and younger) must be accompanied by an adult (aged 18 years or over) on all tour
Is the tour suitable for children?