Just some steps from Strawberry Field is this 1930s property, which belonged to John Lennon's aunt Mimi and her husband George Smith.
Lennon moved in this semi-detached house in Woolton as a young boy in the mid-40s and lived at Mendips until 1963 when he was 22 years old. His mother was living with her boyfriend at that time and it was decided to be better for John to be cared of by his aunt.
In 2000, the home was adorned with an English Heritage blue plaque. Two years later, it was bought by Lennon's widow, Yoko Ono, and donated to the National Trust. The house was then restored and since then, is open to the public. You may visit it as part of an official National Trust tour.
Know the house from somewhere else? Yes, it's on the cover of Oasis single Live Forever.
John Lennon's childhood home - Mendips, Liverpool (Photo by Bachmeier / Ramsthaler )
Where John Lennon from the Beatles lived with his aunt Mimi (Photo by Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
Liverpool's famous sons in bronze
Where the Beatles' song becomes alive
Paul McCartney & John Lennon first met here
World-renowned training place for musicians
Liverpool's legendary launchpad of the Beatles
John himself near Cavern Club
Strawberry Fields Forever - in live
British host & Pop icon
A tribute to the Beatles
Some Beatles hits were written in here
Where the Beatles' manager was born
In 1940, the Beatles' drummer came into this world
Sir Richard Starkey once lived in here
Where the quiet Beatles member spend some time
Liverpool's former maternity hospital
Just opposite impressive Liverpool Cathedral
Where the Fab Four played 27 times
Recording place of their first disc
One of the most influential bands of all times
Synthie Pop & New Wave by Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
Death Metal & Grindcore since the 80s
Born at Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts
British Indie Rock from Liverpool
Chart breaking Pop band in the 80s
Former Indie Rock group
Known for their Three Lions hit