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We saw on the local BBC news an article on the new build development on the site so we went to take a look. The gates are as they were but the site is totally cleared and a lot of building works happening. Can't wait...More
As hardcore fans of The Beatles, it was so emotional when reaching this place.
For a minute or two, I was feeling so weird standing in front of this gate which was locked, and watching the handwritten "Strawberry Field" written near the gate, and suddenly,...More
It's great stopping for a photo at Strawberry Field, but it's basically an empty lot pending future development. The story behind Strawberry Field and John's youth is fascinating, however. The Red Gates are replicas, as the original gates are in the The Beatles Story Exhibition...More
This was one of four stops on the Magical Mystery Tour coach trip and for a Beatle fan one of the most amazing. The Strawberry Field facility itself is long gone but there is a campaign to rebuild and regenerate with both a working children's'...More
We didn’t do it on the tour, we paid £5 extra in the taxi on the way to the airport, went to Strawberry Fields and John Lennon’s childhood home. The taxi driver told us the gates are coming down in the next few months, so...More
Got the chance to visit this location on our visit as we decided to do the Beatles tour bus that’s provided by the city tours buses not the magical mystery tour. My daughter loved having her photo taken next to the gates and to just...More
Considering the amount of tourist interest in this place, there has been precious little done here over recent years. Of course, the gates are still there (albeit they are not the originals), but there is not much else. Recently, however, the Salvation Army, who own...More