Museums & Galleries
Wirral boasts a great range of cultural opportunities for those wanting to learn more about the rich history of Wirral in beautiful surroundings, follow the links below to find out more:
Port Sunlight Museum & Garden Village, a unique and beautiful 19th century garden village created solely for the Sunlight Soap factory workers.
The oldest standing building on Merseyside, Birkenhead Priory encapsulates so much of the town's history within a small, enclosed site.
Founded and built by Edwardian philanthropist Lord Leverhulme, the Lady Lever Art Gallery is set in the picturesque village of Port Sunlight. Inside, visitors will discover one of the most beautiful collections of fine and decorative art in the UK.
Located outside the centre of Birkenhead, the Williamson Art Gallery stands at the core of the Wirral Museums Service, offering more space than any other in its purpose-built galleries.
Fort Perch Rock was built as a coastal defence battery during the Napoleonic period to protect the Port of Liverpool. It is situated on Marine Promenade in New Brighton, is open all year round andfeatures a museum, exhibitions, tea-room and is the venue for many exciting events.
Located at the Woodside Ferry Terminal, The U-Boat Story. View the amazing life on board a real German U-Boat. With original film archive and interactive displays you will witness all the dramatic action!