A grand mansion house that used to be a home for vulnerable children? It might seem like an odd choice of attraction - but stick with us. Strawberry Fields is wrapped up in Beatles legends. John Lennon would play in the gardens here as a child and hop over the wall to listen to The Salvation Army band playing. It had such an impact on the young Lennon that it became the subject of a Beatles song, Strawberry Fields Forever.
These days the Salvation Army-owned mansion is a shrine to the world’s biggest boyband, with immersive exhibitions, archival footage, and photos of the young Beatle. Stop by the shop for exclusive Strawberry Fields merch and round off your visit with a trip to the cafe to soak up views of this leafy Liverpool suburb.
Entry to Strawberry Field
Beaconsfield Rd, Liverpool, L25 6EJ
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Opening and Closing Times
Opening hours: Monday- Sunday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Christmas Opening Times
Christmas Eve: 10:00 AM–2:00 PM (last entry to exhibition at 12:00 PM)
Christmas Day: Closed
Boxing Day: Closed
27th, 28th, 29th December: 10:00 AM-5:00 PM
New Year's Eve: 10:00 AM–2:00 PM (last entry to exhibition at 12:00 PM)
New Year's Day: Closed
2nd January: Closed
3rd January: Open to the public as normal 10:00AM - 5:00PM
The exhibition and garden tour contains over 4.5 hours of meaningful and inspiring content, however visitors typically spend around 1.5 hours at Strawberry Field.