20 Forthlin Road
20 Forthlin Road
The terraced house where music legend Sir Paul McCartney grew up is now a National Trust property, preserved for its historic interest. During the formative years of the Beatles saw the house frequently used as a space for rehearsals and music composition.
The house has been sympathetically restored to look as it would have done during the late 1950s and early 1960s when Sir Paul and his family resided here.

A special exhibition area displays family photographs taken by Paul McCartney's brother Michael.

Please note: Due to the size of the house and its popularity among visitors, admission is by guided tour only. There is no access on foot or by vehicle. The only way to visit 20 Forthlin Road is by mini-bus tour which also takes in Mendips, the home of Beatles co-founder John Lennon. Please see National Trust website for details.