Beatles Liverpool Walking Tour

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

Approx. 1.5-2 Hours
Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
Free Cancellation
Fully refundable when canceled up to 24 hours prior to departure.


  • Guided tour with local knowledgeable Beatles tourist guide
  • Liverpool Waterfront and the famous Beatles Statues
  • 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


  • 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
  • Optional end back by the cruise terminal


  • Food & drink
  • Entry fees
  • Gratuities


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Beatles Liverpool Walking Tour

Approx. 1.5-2 Hours

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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!

Liverpool Waterfront

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.

Central Library where the archives tell the story of when John was introduced to Paul and everything began

Your tour ends either at Central Library if you wish to explore more in Liverpool’s Museum Quarter or your guide can take you back to Liverpool Cruise Terminal near Royal Albert Dock and the Historic Waterfront.

Starting Location: The Titanic Memorial, St Nicholas Pl, Canada Blvd
End Location: Liverpool Central Library (with optional return to Liverpool Cruise Terminal)
Duration: 1.5-2 Hours

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