Strawberry Field Liverpool tickets and tips

3 things worth shouting about:

  1. There’s a cool interactive exhibition all about how Strawberry Field started as a children’s home and inspired John Lennon to write ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’.
  2. The gardens are lovely to hang out in. And yup – they really grow strawberries there.
  3. The bandstand is based on the drum on the Sgt. Pepper’s album cover – a great spot for live music and lovely views.

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What’s there to do at Strawberry Field Liverpool?

Wooden viewing frame in front of large patch of grass at Strawberry Field Liverpool


Themed Area

Two people sat at white table in Imagine More Cafe at Strawberry Field Liverpool

Imagine More Café 


Imagine piano in centre of room at Strawberry Field Liverpool

‘Imagine’ Piano 

Themed Area

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William says

"Bigger than it looks!"

It looks quite small but don't be fooled, there's loads to do inside - definitely our favourite place to visit as big Beatles fans.


Kevin says

"Be sure to stop by the cafe"

The day was made by the Imagine more cafe for us, the food was delicious and it had a great community feel.

What to expect at Strawberry Field Liverpool

Step inside ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’

If you’re a Fab Four fan, it doesn’t get much better than walking in John Lennon’s childhood footsteps in this former Salvation Army girls' home, where he used to shimmy over the wall and wander around the lovely gardens.

The interactive exhibition is packed with photos, audio and video that tell the whole backstory of how this chilled-out place inspired John’s famous song. And there’s a high-tech bandstand with cracking views of the area, where they sometimes put on live music shows.

But for us, the highlight is just wandering around the gardens. They’re so lush and relaxing, you almost feel like writing your own song… then think ‘nah, leave it to the pros’.

Another cool thing is that Strawberry Field is also a community that helps local folk get ahead in life – part of your ticket price goes to supporting young people with learning disabilities.

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Facilites you'll find at Strawberry Field Liverpool

  • On-site Café(s)
  • Pushchair Friendly
  • Free Parking
  • Toilets
  • Gift Shop
  • Green Spaces
  • Changing Rooms

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How to get toStrawberry Field Liverpool

Beaconsfield Rd, Liverpool L25 6EJ, Merseyside

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Strawberry Field Liverpool Opening Times

Mon - Sun 10am-6pm

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Strawberry Field Liverpool at a glance

Strawberry Field Liverpool is an attraction based in Liverpool. It is listed in Tourist Attractions Interactive Experiences Historical Attractions . We have tickets available starting at £10.95.

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How much are Strawberry Field Liverpool tickets?

Prices vary based on time and date of your visit, at Strawberry Field Liverpool tickets start from £10.95 per person.

Where is the Strawberry Field site?

The site is situated off Beaconsfield Road, Woolton, Liverpool.

What is currently at the Strawberry Field site?

The site is currently owned by The Salvation Army and is a comprised of a collection of buildings which formed a children’s home. The famous Strawberry Field gates at the site entrance are a replica. The original gates were removed several years ago for safe-keeping but the intention is to display the original gates once the new Centre is open.

The site combines a training and work placement hub for young people with learning disabilities as well as an exhibition for visitors to find out why the site mattered to John Lennon.

The site holds an exhibition on John Lennon’s life, a café, gardens and a shop.

Did the site inspire the Beatles’ song Strawberry Fields Forever?

Yes! Located close to where John Lennon grew up, he would often play in the grounds and visit the annual summer garden party.

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