Visit Strawberry Field in Liverpool to immerse yourself in the authentic, award-winning Beatles exhibitition and garden tour in the place immortalised by John Lennon in The Beatles hit 'Strawberry Fields Forever'. 

Winner - Best Small Visitor Attraction - Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards 2023

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Iconic Strawberry Field gates


What to expect at Strawberry Field

Experience the world where John Lennon played as a child and what happened behind the famous red gates. Enjoy exhibition highlights in our museum including:

John Lennon's Imagine piano - the original piano that John Lennon used to compose and record ‘Imagine’, which has been kindly lent to Strawberry Field from the estate of the late George Michael,

Explore John Lennon’s childhood history, his musical influences and the writing and recording of Strawberry Fields Forever

See an early handwritten draft of the Strawberry Fields Forever lyrics and have a try at playing the Beatles song’s famous intro on our virtual Mellotron instrument. 

Tour the exhibition with your own interactive media guide, available in English, Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese. 


John Lennon's Imagine piano in the Strawberry Field interactive exhibition


Explore the famous gardens

Your media-guided tour continues into our gardens. Let us guide you as you take time to pause and reflect in this special place. 

Find your own peace in our tranquil gardens, the place where John Lennon once found sanctuary.

Discover the original red gates and the new Strawberry Field Bandstand, with design inspired by the Sgt Peppers drum! 

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Strawberry Field bandstand with design inspired by Sgt Pepper album artwork


Plan your visit 

We look forward to welcoming you to Liverpool’s newest Beatles museum, just round the corner from John Lennon’s childhood home.

Strawberry Field is open 7 days a week from 10am to 6pm during summer months.

Tickets are available from just £8.20.
One ticket provides access to both the interactive exhibition and the garden tour. Children and carers are able to enjoy the experience at no cost.

Book online to secure your place but enjoy peace of mind with our refund policy. We understand that plans can change so you can cancel your tickets for a full refund up to 24 hours in advance. And if you are running late or something comes up on the day, we will move your booking time to another slot whenever possible.

Strawberry Field has on-site parking and a range of features to make the site accessible to everyone.

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“What a truly fabulous museum and experience. I felt completely emotionally overwhelmed by the story of the building and John Lennon.”


A day out in Liverpool

After you’ve explored, relax with some refreshments at the family-friendly Imagine More Café, and enjoy views across the famous gardens. 

Choose gifts for friends and family from our gift shop, with a wide range of exclusive Strawberry Field, Beatles and John Lennon items.


“As a Beatles fan it was absolutely amazing. A mini museum and tour set out simply through headphones and audio. I loved it.”


How your visit supports charity

Every penny you spend at Strawberry Field, from your entry ticket to your café and shop purchases, helps support charity work at this Salvation Army centre. 

Profits from the visitor experience go towards keeping the ‘gates open for good’, providing a sustainable place of sanctuary for everyone who visits and funding Steps at Strawberry Field, a series of programmes empowering those with learning difficulties or barriers to employment to achieve their work goals.

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Find out What's On when you visit

Take a look at our special events to find out what might be happening at Strawberry Field when you visit our permanent exhibition. From live music events to children's Get Back to Play days, special menus in the Imagine More cafe to wellbeing sessions, there's always lots on for visitors to Strawberry Field.

Summer Sounds

Join us for Summer Sounds - a packed programme of free music on the bandstand. No ticket required. See the full list of events here.

“I truly believe this is a wonderful and important project.”

Peter Hooton, Chair of the Beatles Legacy Group