Placed between Liverpool and North Wales, overlooking the River Dee, Welsh hills and River Mersey, the beautiful Wirral Peninsula is fantastic for walks, outdoor activities, countryside hotels and cosy pubs.
Travelling to Wirral is easy with fast train and bus connections - or take the Mersey Ferry, which stops off at Woodside and Seacombe ferry terminals.
Wirral's 25 miles of dramatic coastline provides a fantastic backdrop to a great day out. Whether you’re looking for high-adrenaline watersports or a walk along the coast to spot the rare wildlife, Wirral has it all. Try heading out to Hilbre Island from West Kirby to explore the islands and see seals, but watch the tide times! Or walk or cycle the Wirral Way, stopping at Thurstaston Country Park or Parkgate for a drink or ice-cream. Wirral Circular Trail is perfect if you want to enjoy the beautiful scenery and fresh air.
Wirral is home to some of the finest restaurants and food producers in the North West. Savour gourmet treats at the Michelin-starred Fraiche restaurant, visit a gastropub for a relaxed meal, or head to one of the farm shops or farmers’ markets to meet Wirral food heroes and taste local produce.
Explore the historic Port Sunlight Village, built by Lord Lever for his factory workers. You can learn more about the village’s history at the fascinating Port Sunlight Museum. Also in Port Sunlight, the Lady Lever Art Gallery hosts a personal collection of fine and decorative art treasures.
Birkenhead Priory is the oldest standing building on Merseyside, encapsulating so much of the town's history within a small, enclosed site. For a more recent piece of history, visit the Wirral Tramway & Transport Museum - a celebration of Birkenhead's place in the history of public transport.
The rejuvenated New Brighton seaside resort has been restored to its former glory, with watersports on the Marine Lake, beach walks and attractions like the Light Cinema, Floral Pavilion Theatre and Championship Adventure Golf. Hoylake and West Kirby are also great coastal towns to visit in Wirral.
For more information www.visitwirral.com
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Planning on visiting the amazing Lady Lever Art Gallery in Wirral?...If so, click here to get all the information you need from the official Wirral tourism site!
Michelin starred restaurant and named in the Which Good Food Guide as well as The Sunday Times List, Fraiche creates modern cuisine with original ideas set in a relaxing and intimate environment.
New Brighton is a seaside resort located in the north east corner of Wirral. Home to the Floral Pavilion Theatre and Conference Centre and a new redevelopment underway on the promenade with restaurants, hotel, cinema and casino.
Planning on visiting the amazing Light Cinema in Wirral?...If so, click here to get all the information you need from the official Wirral tourism site!
PricePrice £4.50 to £21.00 Per Ticket
Port Sunlight Museum & Garden Village is a unique and beautiful 19th century village created solely for the Sunlight Soap factory workers.
PricePrice £2.75 to £11.50 Per Ticket
Port Sunlight is a truly beautiful village to visit. Any walk around the village affords views of some of the most exciting village architecture of 19th century England.
Jump aboard the Dazzle Ferry this Summer for fun for all the family. Giveaways throughout the Summer. Book online and save.
Hilbre Islands consist of three tidal islands lying at the mouth of the Dee Estuary - Little Eye, Middle Eye and Hilbre.
All of which are designated as Local Nature Reserves.
The Floral Pavilion Theatre and Conference Centre is situated in a spectacular position on New Brighton’s famous waterfront, offering stunning panoramic views over the Mersey Estuary and the Liverpool Waterfront
Planning on visiting the stunning Ness Gardens in Wirral?...If so, click here to get all the information you need from the official Wirral tourism site!