The Best Landmark in Wirral

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Wirral, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Marine Promenade, New Brighton, Wirral CH45 2JU

Since 1829

Landmark, Architecture Structure, Historical Place, Museum, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, Lighthouse, Private Tours, School Parties, Private Parties, Events & Shops

Grade II Listed Building - The Fort covers an area of about 4,000 square yards (3,300 m2), with enough space for 100 men - The height of the walls ranges from 24 feet (7.3 m) to 32 feet (9.8 m) and the towers are 40 feet (12 m) high

Sat & Sun 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

I just love taking the Grandkids and dogs onto the beach at Perch Rock, New Brighton. Besides the ample free car parking spaces, the first thing the kids want to do is have a crab fishing contest in the small boating lake. You see loads of families all doing the same, something that's in short supply these days of Mum, Dad plus kids all having a great time together. Then there's the Black Pearl just a short walk up the promenade. A pirate ship built from old timbers. Try it and find out.

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St Bridget's Centre, St Bridget's Lane, West Kirby, Wirral CH48 3JT

Since 1892

Museum, Landmarks, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Exhibitions, Collections, Dispalys, Programs, Events & Shops

Groups need to be prebooked with a maximum of 20 per visit - This is a high status form of monument - It houses a collection of stones and other items which tell the story of St. Bridget's Church and the local village over the past 1000 years

Sat 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

A thoroughly enjoyable exhibition. The fact that this was designed and constructed by a local member of the community is commendable... what an amazing achievement! We didn't go with children which I lament somewhat as all the kids seemed to be having a wonderful time! There were a lot of quite scary roars from very small people! The exhibition also drew me to the museum which, despite knowing it was there, I'd never been to. I found it fascinating... particularly the sunken forest.

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Brighton Street, Wallasey, Wirral CH44 8ED

Since 1914

City or Town Hall, Landmarks, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Heritage Site, Programs, Performance & Event Venue

Several hundred thousand pounds had been spent in the 1960’s on annexes and extensions - The building cost £155,000 - The building has been called a gigantic biscuit box

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Located in a beautiful setting facing the River Mersey on a promenade that runs along the river and opposite Liverpool.
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