The Beatles' Childhood Homes (National Trust)
Mendips, (National Trust)
Infoline for Speke Hall, Mendips and Forthlin Road
0151 427 7231
0151 708 8574
Mendips was the childhood home of John Lennon, he lived there with his Aunt Mimi and Uncle George and composed early songs in the front porch and in his bedroom. Mendips has been restored to its 1950s period glory.
Any photography inside 20 Forthlin Road and Mendips or duplication of audio tour material is strictly prohibited. You will be asked to deposit all handbags, cameras and recording equipment at the entrance to the house to be recovered when you leave.
Museum, Historic house or home
Admission prices from 27 Mar 2004:
Non-members: Adult £12, accompanied children free.
Members (to cover minibus): £6. Price includes admission to garden and grounds of Speke Hall.
- National Trust
Visitors with disabilities: There's space for a wheelchair on the minibus, but please try and let us know in advance. Wheelchair users can reach the garden and most of the ground floor at Mendips and 20 Forthlin Road.