We are proud to lead the way in accessibility and boast a number of features, allowing us to welcome all.

If you are planning a trip to Strawberry Field and our exhibition and you have additional needs, please find a list below of some of the features we are pleased to provide for visitors.


We have limited parking available on site, including a number of accessible parking spaces.

Changing Places Toilet

We are one of the first UK attractions to offer Changing Places facilities. Changing Places toilets provide more space and equipment than conventional wheelchair-accessible WCs, to meet the needs of people of all ages who need help to deal with their intimate hygiene.

Our Exhibition

Our exhibition is accessible to all and we boast the following features:

Autism and Learning Disabilities

o   Care with our use of language on text boards.

Visually Impaired

o   Bookable pre-arranged tours guided by a trained staff member complete with media guides.

o   Exhibition designed to avoid collision points and to accommodate cane detection.

o   Colour between floor and wall.

o   “Tactile” elements.

Hearing Impaired

o   T-channel compatibility on media guide.

o   A captioned version of all videos on the media guide.


As part of making our exhibition accessible for all, we are pleased to offer a number of different languages on our media guide. These include Brazilian Portuguese, French, Mandarin and Spanish.

Wheelchair Access

We are fully wheelchair accessible, with a clear pathway and exhibits at comfort level.

Guide Dogs

We welcome Guide Dogs on site.


We have a lift available on site.


We provide regular training to our team and we are always looking at new ways to improve our features. If you would like to provide us with any feedback on our features, please contact us.

“The plan to open Strawberry Field to the public for the first time - so people can see a unique exhibition about the home, how and why the song was written by John, and allow visitors to explore the grounds as John did as a child - is very exciting.”

Lady Judy Martin OBE