We are delighted to be partnering with City Explorer Liverpool to offer the opportunity to enjoy a full visit to Strawberry Field as part of your Beatles Explorer tour! You can now hop off at Strawberry Field and explore our interactive visitor exhibition with 20% off the entry fee. When you join the Beatles Explorer tour at 11am or 1pm you can spend time at Strawberry Field and return on the 2pm or 4pm bus.
Next week is International Beatleweek and alongside the official Cavern Club Liverpool programme, we have a series of lunchtime live music and other activities planned at Strawberry Field to celebrate. If you are in Liverpool during Beatle Week and looking for things to do, come down to Strawberry Field!
Tuesday 23rd - The Beatles Boy, Logan Paul Murphy, performs a piano set in the café from midday.
Tuesday 23rd - Charles Roberts will be signing his book from 10.30am
Strawberry Field Wins 2022 Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Award
19th July, 2022
Strawberry Field’s Great Visitor Reviews Land it a Place Among Travellers’ Favorites
Strawberry Field has been recognized by Tripadvisor as a 2022 Travelers’ Choice award winner for Attractions. The award celebrates businesses that have received great traveler reviews from travellers around the globe on Tripadvisor over the last 12 months. As challenging as the past year was, Strawberry Field stood out by consistently delivering positive experiences to visitors.
Join us for a summer of play and arts and craft at Strawberry Field.
Looking for things to do with your children this summer holiday? Join us for family fun every Thursday until the end of August, when we will open the garden for families to come and enjoy free play with play equipment in the garden at Strawberry Field from 10am. Order lunch from the café or enjoy a picnic whilst you relax under the trees .
Works of art created using John Lennon’s microphone leads now available to purchase at Strawberry Field
24th June, 2022
A brand-new exhibition has arrived at one of Liverpool’s leading visitor attractions, Strawberry Field, with each work of art now available to purchase.
The Lennon Wired exhibition, which is made up of 11 individual pieces, has been created using segments from the original microphone leads that John Lennon used to record his 1971 song, Imagine, alongside Yoko Ono.