Delve into Liverpool’s vibrant culture on a 1.5-hour Beatles and sightseeing walking tour, ideal for music lovers. Tick off top Liverpool attractions such as the decorated Mersey Ferries, the Museum of Liverpool and Maritime Museum, the 18th-century Liverpool Town Hall, and the brand new statue of Cilla Black outside of the Cavern Club, former stomping ground of The Beatles. Plus, you’ll visit spots associated with The Fab Four and watch a short Beatles documentary.
1.5-hour culture and history tour of Liverpool
A comprehensive walking tour designed for music and history lovers
Admire the decorated Mersey Ferries and admire the 18th-century Liverpool Town Hall
Visit locations made famous by The Beatles and watch a documentary about the world-famous band
See the statue of Cilla Black outside of the iconic Cavern Club
My husband has always been a Beatles fan. The tour was probably the highlight of our trip. Just to see where it all started and to go to the Carven Club. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and clearly has a passion for The Beatles. Truly loved this tour.
Walk conducted by Clare. Clare is very good, gave enough time to see and absorb things. As a Beatles tour not all about the Beatles. 50 Liverpool history 50 Beatles history. Price was expensive. Our opinion it should have cost 8-10, not worth 18per person.
Not having visited Liverpool before, we booked up with Viator for a Beatle Tour around the city. We did not know what to expect but am very pleased to say that it was excellent. The lady who took us around the city was pleasant and very knowledgable. We were shown very many interesting places including the museum where we were shown a short film of great interest. We later, on our own, revisited the museum as itis a must for everyone to see. We ended our tour at the famous Cavern Club where we joined in with the Beatles songs.
Would recommend this company as it was real value for money.
We were delighted with this tour, especially with our guide Rob, whose enthusiasm for the Beatles and his knowledge both of the Fabulous Four and of his hometown made the time fly by. He then gave us some bonus time at the end of the tour, which we greatly appreciated. We had a small group but had people from America, Greece, and the UK. He made certain we all felt included and that we all understood his clear speaking.
We enjoyed this tour very much. The leader was retired journalist who was resident in the Liverpool area and had extensive knowledge of the music scene. He had some good visual aids to his speaking repertoire. The tour finished in Mathews St area where we had a quick visit to the Cavern Club.
The tour started on a sour note as we had difficulty finding our meeting spot. The directions stated: The New Beatles Statue LIverpool Pier Head Canada Boulevard. Had they said, right in front of the ferry station/terminal, we would have easily located it. We ended up having to call the tour office to locate it. The tour itself was fine - the guide knowledgeable about all things Beatle and we saw things we might not have found on our own.
Our tour guide, Martin was extremely knowledgeable about the history of Liverpool and discussed with us what we want out of the tour before we set off. Martin took us to all the places we wanted to see and was very pleasant and experienced guy.