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Attractions in Wirral

Wirral has a variety of quality visitor attractions, including culture and heritage, the arts, shopping, family and leisure attractions. From the world famous Mersey Ferries, to the popular Floral Pavilion Theatre and Conference Centre, the wealth of things to do makes Wirral an ideal destination for a fun day out or short break. Check out the many attractions listings below.

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Also be sure to check out 'The Beatles Across Mersey' - a tour of memorable Wirral venues. "Wirral played host to the largest ever audience for a live Beatles concert on UK mainland."

Theatres & Music: Wirral's theatres are some of the best in the North West - with events like the International Guitar Festival at the Floral Pavilion Theatre in New Brighton and touring West End shows.

Museums & Galleries: Wirral's rich cultural history with museums, art galleries and architecture all of which make a fantastic day out for visitors.

Mermaid Trail

Do you believe in mermaids? Take this walking trail around New Brighton to discover 6!

Maritime Trail: Discover country parks, the U-Boat story, golf and great beaches along our coast.

Country & Coastal Attractions - With its 25 miles of coastline, and abundant countryside, Wirral's coast and countryside has plenty of attractions and activities.

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  1. Ideal Picnic Areas

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    Ideal Picnic Areas

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    Picnic Site

    Thurstaston, Wirral

    Wirral has an abundance of pretty spots, ideal for relaxed picnics and days out. Try Leasowe Common, The Gunsite, Wirral Country Park, Royden Park or West Kirby Beach for a great day out!

    Leasowe Common
    At the heart of the North Wirral Coastal Park, not far from Moreton Train Station and with…

  2. The 9th at Bromborough

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    Bromborough Golf Club

    Type

    Golf Course

    Wirral

    Located in the mature part of the Leverhulme Estate at the heart of the Wirral Peninsula, Bromborough is renowned as a hidden gem of a golf course; “Wirral’s Parkland Jewel”.

    For over 100 years golfers have been tackling the distinctive 18 holes that play between 6300 and 6600 yards depending…

  3. Royal Liverpool 12th Green

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    Royal Liverpool Golf Club

    Type

    Golf Course

    Hoylake

    Author: Visit Wirral

    Royal Liverpool Golf Club at Hoylake has staged major tournaments throughout its long history including eleven Open Championships and many amateur events. The Club is proud that The Open Championship made a successful return to Hoylake in 2006 when Tiger Woods achieved his…

  4. Wirral Transport Museum Tram

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    Wirral Tramway & Wirral Transport Museum

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    Heritage/Visitor Centre

    Birkenhead

    FREE ENTRY TO THE MUSEUM!

    “ Come and enjoy the sights and sounds of yesteryear at the Wirral Transport Museum, where the volunteers of the Merseyside Tramway Preservation Society restore and preserve transport of the past for the delight and benefit of the present and the future.

    Take a…

  5. Bidston Village

    Bidston Village

    Type

    Historic House/Palace

    Bidston

    History

    Bidston Village has appeared in records since Doomsday, but evidence for occupation goes back to the Stone Age. The Village still maintains its medieval shape of church, farms, village green and manor house.

    The Village has a rich heritage, and has been involved in several key…

  6. Thornton Hough Village

    Thornton Hough Village

    Wirral

    History

    This historic part of Wirral was formerly known as Toritone at the time of the Doomsday Book. The village’s present name was only established when the daughter of Roger de Thornton, the local landowner, married Richard de Hoghe during the reign of Edward II.

    In 1889 the very first…

  7. Gordale grounds

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    Gordale Garden and Home Centre

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    Garden Centre

    Neston

    Following the relaxation of lockdown rules, Gordale Garden and Home Centre is open to the public. Please take note of the below messages. 

    If you feel unwell, or have any symptoms of COVID-19 DO NOT visit the store Remember to keep your distance from other customers and Gordale Colleagues We…

  8. Pyramids Shopping Centre

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    Pyramids Shopping Centre

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    Shop/Shopping Centre

    Birkenhead

    Pyramids Shopping Centre is now open. 

    Please note some retailers may be operating at reduced hours as they review their operations and staff requirements.

    In accordance with advice from the Government and the NHS, social distance guidelines are in place and there has been a full deep…

  9. Friends group at Championship Mini Golf

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    Championship Adventure Golf

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    Crazy Golf

    New Brighton

    *Wirral Attraction of the Year' 2014* & *2015 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence*

    Championship Adventure Golf, in New Brighton, is Wirral’s premier, all weather, outdoor, floodlit, family golfing attraction where each of the 18 holes are inspired by the World’s Greatest Golf…

  10. *TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED* Manchester Ship Canal Cruises

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    *TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED* Manchester Ship Canal Cruises

    Type

    Boat Trip

    Due to the Coronavirus outbreak the Manchester Ship Canal Cruises have been cancelled for the 2020 season. There will be no cruises running between April and October 2020. Please see the website for more information. 

    An amazing cruise into history.  Relax and enjoy a fascinating 6 hour, 35…

  11. Ness Wildflowers

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    *TEMPORARILY CLOSED* Ness Botanic Gardens

    Type

    Botanic Garden

    Neston

    The award-winning superb gardens at Ness are situated on the Wirral Peninsula overlooking the Dee Estuary were founded in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, a Liverpool cotton merchant with a passion for gardens and for plant collecting. The gardens were donated to The University of Liverpool in 1948 by…

  12. Hilbre Island seal

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    Hilbre Islands

    Type

    Natural Feature

    West Kirby

    Please ensure that when visiting Hilbre Islands that you adhere to the Government guidelines around social distancing. Please - especially during these times where more visitors are attending outdoor spaces such as these - do not leave litter. If bins are full, please take your litter home with you…

  13. Birkenhead Park

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    Birkenhead Park

    Type

    Country/Royal Park

    Birkenhead

    Author: Visit Wirral

    (Swiss Bridge photo from Wirral Met College)

    Designed by Sir Joseph Paxton and opened in April 1847, Birkenhead Park was the first publicly funded park in the world.  The creation of Birkenhead Park represented a significant stage in human development as a response to…

  14. Port Sunlight Garden Centre

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    Port Sunlight Garden Centre

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    Garden Centre

    Port Sunlight

    Pop into Port Sunlight Garden Centre… Wirral’s hidden gem.

    Stop for breakfast, lunch or homemade cakes. Enjoy the sunshine on the Café patio. Then a potter round to pick the perfect plants for your plot.

    Situated in Picturesque Port Sunlight Village, only minutes from the M53, Junction 4,…

  15. RSPB Burton Mere Wetlands

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    RSPB Burton Mere Wetlands

    Type

    Natural Feature

    Neston

    The RSPB is the country's largest nature conservation charity, inspiring everyone to give nature a home. Together with our partners, we protect threatened birds and wildlife so our towns, coast and countryside will teem with life once again. We play a leading role in BirdLife International, a…

  16. New Brighton

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    New Brighton Heritage and Information Centre

    Type

    Heritage/Visitor Centre

    New Brighton

    Image above by Ken Clark

    Explore New Brighton’s seaside heritage, how it came to be built, why wealthy Victorian families and later the working class from across the Northwest would flock to the area in their thousands on their days off and how the area came to have and loose a beautiful…

  17. Carr Farm

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    Carr Farm Garden Centre

    Type

    Garden Centre

    Meols

    Set amongst the peaceful tranquillity of an open field landscape, Carr Farm boasts an ideal scenic location.

    Carr Farm has been run by the Jones family as a full working farm since the 1930’s. By 1982 the Jones children, Dave and Sue, had taken over and gradually the business has been…

  18. Port Sunlight River Park

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    Port Sunlight River Park

    Type

    Parkland/Woodland Garden

    Bromborough

    Port Sunlight River Park is a 30 hectare green space, park and wetland reclaimed from a former landfill site with a 37m high hill offering unrivalled views across the Mersey, Wirral and North Wales.

    It is a stunning green space turning what was once a closed area into a public park with nearly…

  19. West Kirby Arts Centre

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    West Kirby Arts Centre

    Type

    Arts Centre

    West Kirby

    West Kirby Arts Centre is an independently run, historic, venue in West Kirby. We are aiming to encourage creativity for all ages and provide greater access to the Arts! There are regular classes and events, as well as special evening concerts and talks. Join us on Facebook or on our website at www…

  20. Birkenhead Priory

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    Birkenhead Priory & St. Mary's Tower

    Type

    Church/Chapel

    Wirral

    The oldest standing building on Merseyside, Birkenhead Priory encapsulates so much of the town's history within a small, enclosed site. Founded in 1150, the monks of this Benedictine monastery looked after travellers for nearly 400 years and supervised the first regulated 'Ferry 'cross the Mersey'.…

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