Yoko Ono is giving one lucky fan the chance to accompany her on a walk through Strawberry Fields, the section of New York's Central Park named in honour of her late husband John Lennon.
The landscaped garden is just yards from where the musician was gunned down outside his home at the Dakota building in 1980. It was subsequently turned into a memorial to Lennon and named after the Beatles' hit Strawberry Fields Forever.
Fans can now bid on the chance to spend time at the site with Ono, who still owns an apartment in the Dakota building, as part of a charity auction.
The singer/artist has offered up the prize to raise money for Literacy Partners, a New York-based adult education charity. The auction takes place on Charitybuzz.com and ends on Wednesday (11May11).