The name of this world famous landmark has been given to
the entire area. The Cavern Quarter is a pedestrianised area situated on the
edge of the main shopping streets where they meet the commercial area of the
City Centre. The Club is located on the right hand side, twenty yards down
Mathew Street from it’s junction with North John Street. Almost opposite the
club is the Cavern Pub with it’s impressive Wall of Fame and the John Lennon
Statue. Opposite the doorway of the Club is the monument created by Arthur
Dooley which was the city’s first public work of art dedicated to The Beatles.
Centrally located The Club is only a five minute walk from
the four underground Merseyrail stations, the mainline Lime Street railway
station and Paradise Street suburban bus station, the Mersey Ferry and Seacat
Terminal, Albert Dock and the National Coach station are ten minutes away.
Liverpool airport is a twenty-five minute journey.
Vehicular access is restricted and on-street parking on
Mathew Street is forbidden. The small car park next door to The Cavern is
privately owned and must not be used.
Throughout the day there is on-street parking in Lord
Street, Cook Street, North John Street and Victoria Street. Multi-storey parking
is plentiful at Queen Square and Paradise Street, both 5 minutes walk.
Throughout the day (Monday - Saturday) there is no
on-street parking. Albert Dock (free) is the nearest and most convenient. There
are bus stops in North John Street and Victoria Street where passengers can be
set down or picked up.
After 6.00pm, on-street parking is plentiful in North John
Street and Lord Street, however it is not recommended to leave your vehicle
unattended. Parking and toilet facilities are available at the nearby Paradise
Street bus station.