Conveniently located in the centre of Liverpool, the Cavern Club is one of the most famous and prestigious nightclubs in the entire United Kingdom. Much of the club’s popularity is owed to the fact that since it was first opened in 1957, it has hosted the live performances of many legendary bands and artists, such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Black Sabbath
, Queen, The Who, Oasis or Arctic Monkeys
. The Cavern Club underwent a renovation before its reopening in 1984. The full capacity of the venue is 350 people.
The patrons of the Cavern Club benefit from the central location of the venue and can get there by train, car and bus.
By train and tube: train travellers should know that the Cavern Club is just a 5-min walk from the James Street train station, and a 6-min walk from the Moorfields station.
By bus: the Cavern Club is just within a 1-minute walking distance from the North John Street bus stop, which serves the bus routes 432 and 433; or, you could take a 2-minute walk from the Victoria Street bus stops VA (routes 10, 10A and 10B) and VB (routes 12, 13, 15, 18 and 101).
By car: the nightclub is easily accessible by car, especially since it’s close to the main roads A59 and A5080.
International: if you came to Liverpool by plane, getting to the Cavern Club is easy. The venue is just a 28-minute drive from the Liverpool John Lennon Airport. Another good idea would be to take the bus, which stops near the airport.
The Cavern Club does not have a private parking, but customers can use the Q-Park Liverpool ONE facility, which also features special places for people with disabilities.
Access for people with special needs
There is an elevator that can be used by those who are unable to walk up or down the 33 steps that lead into the venue. There is also a ramp for wheelchair users, as well as accessible toilets.