Cavern Mecca

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The building where the Cavern Mecca was once located.
Beatles relief once exhibited at Cavern Mecca (now exhibited at Cavern Club)

The Cavern Mecca was a Beatles museum in Liverpool, existed during December 1981[1] to December 1984.[2]

The Cavern Mecca was the first Beatles Museum in Liverpool run by Liz and Jim Hughes.[3] Liz died after a long illness on 26 June 2008.


  1. ^ Scott Wheeler (2005). Charlie Lennon: Uncle to a Beatle. Outskirts Press, Inc. pp. 144, 413. ISBN 9781598000092. In December 1981, four months after the MerseyBeatle Extravaganza, BBCTV broadcast a news segment on Cavern Mecca.", "Jim Hughes: My wife Liz and I organized the Beatles conventions in Liverpool from 1981 to 1984. ... We had to give up the centre in 1984 ... 
  2. ^ June Skinner Sawyers (2006). Read the Beatles: Classic and New Writings on the Beatles, Their Legacy, and Why They Still Matter. Penguin. p. 23. ISBN 9781440649257. December 1984 The Cavern Mecca, a Liverpool museum and information center, closes. 
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