To provide you with the best experience on this website, cookies are used. By using the site it's assumed that you're happy with our use of cookies. However, you can change your cookie settings at any time. More info on cookies.
Allow cookies

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.

Activities you might enjoy

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.

Tags:  Attractions in Wirral

Number of items:

Number of items: 48

, currently showing 41 to 48.

  1. Ness Wildflowers

    Add Ness Botanic Gardens to your Itinerary

    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…

  2. Birkenhead Priory

    Add Birkenhead Priory & St. Mary's Tower to your Itinerary

    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'.…

  3. Prenton Golf Club

    Add Prenton Golf Club to your Itinerary

    Prenton Golf Club

    Type

    Golf Course

    Birkenhead

    Prenton provides a challenging parkland course that welcomes all visitors. Once there you'll can take advantage of the comfortable clubhouse where you will find a warm welcome, good food and the customary 19th hole refreshments.

    The Club offers Golf packages to suit all abilities and tastes,…

  4. Arrowe Park Municipal Golf Club

    Add Arrowe Park Municipal Golf Club to your Itinerary

    Arrowe Park Municipal Golf Club

    Type

    Golf Course

    Birkenhead


    Arrowe Park Municipal Golf Club is set in some 400 acres of parkland, with it’s 18 holes covering over a third of Wirral's largest park on the Wirral. The Club includes a cafe, 9-hole pitch and putt and toilet facilities. On entering the Club you will be met by The Cherry Orchard steak-house pub,…

  5. Hoylake Municipal Golf Club

    Add Hoylake Municipal Golf Club to your Itinerary

    Hoylake Municipal Golf Club

    Type

    Golf Course

    Wirral

    This 18-hole course is set in the bustling seaside town of Hoylake, which is, of course, also home to the magnificent Royal Liverpool Golf Club where The Open Championship will again be contested in 2006.

    Facilities at the Municipal include a cafe and bar.

  6. Friends group at Championship Mini Golf

    Add Championship Adventure Golf to your Itinerary

    Tourism For All

    Accessibility Information Icon

    Championship Adventure Golf

    Type

    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…

  7. Hilbre Island seal

    Add Hilbre Islands to your Itinerary

    Hilbre Islands

    Type

    Natural Feature

    West Kirby

    Hilbre Islands are the three tidal islands lying at the mouth of the Dee Estuary - Little Eye, Middle Eye and Hilbre. They are designated as Local Nature Reserves and so, access is free of charge.

    The Hilbre group is also important as a stopping-off point for the twice-yearly migration of…

  8. Warren Municipal Golf Club

    Add Warren Municipal Golf Club to your Itinerary

    Warren Municipal Golf Club

    Type

    Golf Course

    Wallasey

    Founded in 1911 and situated adjacent to the River Mersey and the Irish Sea, Warren Municipal Golf Club is a short (9-hole) undulating, sandy links course with a first class green open all year round.

    It is believed that the Club is one of the the oldest in England playing over a Municipal Golf…

Book Accommodation

Type:
Location:
Keyword: (OPTIONAL)
Price

Price Range: (£) 10 - 1000

Check-in date
Add Room

Search Attractions & Activities

Type:
Location:
Keyword: (OPTIONAL)

Search What's On

Type:
Location:
Keyword: (OPTIONAL)

Search Food & Drink

Type:
Location:
Keyword: (OPTIONAL)

Search Attractions & Activities

Type:
Location:
Keyword: (OPTIONAL)

Recommended

Plan your perfect stay in Wirral with reviews about Wirral Hotels

Trip Advisor