A former jazz club that was made famous by the rock and roll of some of Liverpool's most famous sons is The Cavern Club in Liverpool, England. The Cavern Club is a nightclub, it originally opened in 1957 as a jazz club but became the home of rock and roll in the 60s with The Beatles playing there. It was knocked down in the 70s for the Merseyrail project but was rebuilt with the original bricks and reopened in the 80s. Today it is still open as a live music venue despite it also attracting sightseers who want to get a feel of where one of the world's most famous bands unleashed their songs.
The club is a short walk away from ‘Liverpool Lime Street’ train station. It is also a short walk away from ‘Liverpool’ bus station.
Opening Times and Admission
The club opens at around 10 am daily and closes at 12 am or 2 am depending on what night it is, with weekends usually being the 2 am closures. The club host live music events weekly. A fee can be charged for entrance depending on the day and time you visit the club.