As the name suggests, this area of Liverpool encircles Mathew Street, the home of the world-famous Cavern Club and also Eric’s, along with a range of bars and restaurants to suit all tastes, and the highly popular and successful annual summer music event, International Beatle Week.
Mathew Street is a vibrant focal point in The Beatles history and the cities nightlife scene. It is home to the musical ‘wall of fame’ and a tribute statue of John Lennon that is now the focus of many worldwide visitor’s selfies.
Take a wander down the historic street and you’ll be welcomed by street buskers and the sounds of the Cavern Club’s daily residents projecting through the speakers direct from the vaults of the underground club.
Across from the club is the Cavern Pub, which features memorabilia from past performances at The Cavern, including a guitar signed by the Artic Monkeys.
Less than a five minute walk from the street is the Fab Four’s tribute hotel, Hard Day’s Night Hotel, in fact the world’s only Beatles inspired hotel. The grade II listed building has retained all the character of its original form with the added sophisticated influence of The Beatles. Stop here for a drink in the lavishly decorated and themed Beatles bar.